The public Universidad Carlos III de Madrid enrolls over 22,000 undergraduate and graduate students across its four campuses. Getafe, 30 minutes away from Madrid by train or bus, is home to the university’s main campus and its School of Law & Social Sciences and School of Humanities, Communication and Library Science. A broad range of liberal arts coursework is offered with a special emphasis on the Social Sciences. UC3M’s program in Economics is ranked number one in Spain by the 2021 QS World University Rankings by Subject. Students interested in STEM fields can register for courses at the unversity’s School of Engineering in Leganés, a 30-minute bus ride from Getafe[SL1] .
Students take a required language course at Middlebury’s Sede Prim and can enroll in two or three courses at UC3M. Students who choose to take two ourses at the university will also take one content course at the Sede Prim. While students can take courses on both the Getafe and Leganés campuses, we recommend that students choose to take all of their courses on one campus.
The following courses are a selection of those offered in recent years. By no means is the list below exhaustive.
- Análisis de problemas sociales I: desigualdad y exclusión
- Cine y televisión en España
- Comercio internacional
- Economía política
- El progreso económico en España 1850-2000
- Estudios de género
- Filosofía moral
- Historia del teatro
- Historia contemporánea de España
- Historia económica
- Mercados y medio ambiente
- Movimientos literarios contemporáneos
- Movimientos artísticos contemporáneos
- Principios de economía
- Política española
- Política social y estado del bienestar
- Psicología social
- Sociedad y medio ambiente
- Sociología de España
- Álgebra lineal
- Estructuras de computadores
- Ficheros y bases de datos
- Inteligencia artificial
- Interfaces de usuarios
- Matemática discreta
To see other courses offerings, consult the UC3M website. Select the major you’re interested in from the list to view the general information page for that major. To see course listings and descriptions, select Programa. You will see a grid of courses. The courses on the left are offered in the fall; the courses on the right are offered in the spring. You may select courses for any year, though first-year courses in your own major may be beneath your level and fourth-year courses may be above it.
Please note that while some majors offer courses in English, you may only take courses in Spanish.