The American College in Spain
The American College in Spain (ACS) is the first North American University in Andalusia. Located in the town of Marbella (Málaga), the American College in Spain offers a curriculum based on the U.S. university system. Students can begin in Spain their first two years of studies by completing their general education courses required by all U.S. universities. After completion of these two years, students are transferred to a North American university (USA or any other university in Europe that offers the North American university system) where they can complete their degree: BA (Bachelor of Arts), BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) or BSc (Bachelor of Science).
The American College in Spain (ACS) is an international center of Broward College, located in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. As an international center, the ACS is authorized to deliver the Broward College associate degree in Spain. Students who join The American College in Spain will follow the same academic program as Broward College and can earn a bachelor’s degree by taking the first two years of lower division work at Broward College, and the last 2 years at a state or private university where they can complete their BA, BBA, or BSc degrees.
Over 12,000 former students from almost 40 different nationalities have trusted in our program.
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE
- Complete a minimum of 36 credits of General Education coursework in Communication, Mathematics, Social/ Behavioral Sciences, Humanities, Natural Sciences and Wellness.
- Complete the Speech communication requirement.
- Fulfill the Computer Literacy requirement within the first academic year by successfully completing CGS 1060C.
The prestige of having studied in the U.S. to access the international working world and the possibilities to obtain a visa to work in the US, are issues that Spanish students address on a daily basis.
Currently, students choose the U.S. as their first destination for university studies. The American College facilitates access to the American education system and focuses on providing education of the highest level in an environment which promotes critical thinking as its fundamental pillar.