Start your bachelor's degree in Spain and complete it at Saint Louis University in the U.S.
At SLU-Madrid, students can complete the first two to three years of more than 40 of SLU's undergraduate majors.
The University's programs that span Spain and the United States will educate you to identify how you can contribute to making the world a better place. By studying for two years in Madrid, Spain, you will develop your own global network of friends ― from around the world. These relationships will help you see how the world is interconnected in new ways.
You will also graduate with Spanish as a second ― or third or fourth ― language. Spanish skills are increasingly in demand in the workplace in the United States and elsewhere.
Check out the complete list of degrees offered by Saint Louis University and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the dual-campus program's availability.
Highlighted Madrid and St. Louis Programs
If you begin an engineering program at SLU-Madrid, you will transfer to the School of Science and Engineering in St. Louis to finish your degree. The Madrid Campus engineering academic curricula are completely integrated with those of the School of Science and Engineering.
SLU's engineering degrees are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), the agency for accreditation of engineering curricula in the United States.
Saint Louis University offers an undergraduate degree in health sciences with a flexible curriculum that will prepare you for various careers in health care. Offered through the Doisy College of Health Sciences, this degree offers a solid, scientific undergraduate education for students pursuing a pre-professional track who wish to earn an advanced degree.
You can complete your first two years of coursework at SLU-Madrid and then transfer to the St. Louis campus for your junior and senior years.
If you begin a mathematics major at SLU-Madrid, you will transfer after two years to St. Louis to finish your degree.
This program combines the features of studying on both campuses. Students can expect a highly multicultural student-friendly environment, with small classes taught by regular faculty on both campuses. Faculty get to know students and provide individual attention.
The bachelor of arts degree is often combined with another major or minor, and it has a less heavy load on math courses.
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The bachelor of science degree provides you with more technical and theoretical depth. Students can continue to graduate school or focus on more applied mathematics.
The baccalaureate nursing program is offered both in Madrid and in St. Louis. If you begin your nursing degree at SLU-Madrid, you can complete the first two years of coursework before transferring to the St. Louis campus for the final two years of study. At SLU-Madrid, the program partners with a local health care provider, Sanitas. As a nursing student in Madrid, you will conduct your clinical experiences at Sanitas facilities. Later, during the last two years of study in St. Louis, you will conduct your clinical experiences at SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital, regarded as one of the foremost medical establishments in the United States.
Our public health program allows you to earn your Bachelor of Science in Public Health and Master of Science in Public Health in only five years.
You can complete the first two years of coursework at SLU-Madrid, then transfer to the St. Louis campus for your junior and senior years. During your fifth semester of coursework (fall of your junior year), you may apply to the 4+1 program.
Learn More About the Bachelor of Science in Public Health/Master of Science in Public Health
SLU-Madrid offers over 200 courses each semester that fulfill degree requirements for the undergraduate majors available through Saint Louis University. You can begin your studies in Spain and then transfer to the St. Louis campus to complete any of the degrees listed here:
- Aerospace Engineering
- Art History
- Athletic Training
- Biomedical Engineering
- Business Technology Management
- Chemical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science, B.A. and B.S.
- Economics, B.A. and B.S.
- Electrical Engineering
- Environmental Science
- Environmental Studies
- Health Sciences
- Health Sciences
- Honors Program
- Information Technology Management
- International Business
- International Relations
- International Studies
- Leadership and Human Resource Management
- Mathematics, B.A. and B.S.
- Mechanical Engineering
- Political Science, B.A. and M.A.
- Public Health
- Spanish, B.A. and M.A.
- Sports Business
- Theological Studies
- Women's and Gender Studies