Department of Political Science

The Department of Political Science invites students wishing to develop the analytical skills necessary to achieve excellence in their areas of study. With original scholarship, basic and applied research, and creative instructors constituting an essential core upon which to draw, graduate work at the Department attracts an outstanding selection of qualified students from throughout the region and the world. The curriculum is unique within Europe, covering almost all areas of political studies, and offers in-depth expertise in the comparative politics of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Representing a comprehensive range of academic approaches and expertise, faculty address questions of political philosophy, democratization and regime change, constitutional politics, political economy, media, voting behavior, party politics, human rights and Europeanization, in a comparative manner.

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Unit head

Head of Department
Associate Professor

Academic Staff

Assistant Professor
Departmental Seminar Chair
Visiting Professor
(on sabbatical in Fall AY 2018/19)
Professor
Professor
Departmental Library Officer
Associate Professor
Pro-Rector for Hungarian Affairs, Departmental Erasmus Officer
Professor
MA Programs Director
Assistant Professor
University Professor
University Professor
Associate Professor
Visiting Professor
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
School Director of the Doctoral School
Associate Professor
Professor
Professor
Associate Research Fellow
Spring Term
Visiting Professor
Assistant Professor
Professor

Staff

Department Coordinator, (On maternity leave)
Department Coordinator
MA Program Coordinator