A Doctor of Philosophy is an academic degree that requires about four years of extensive study and research to earn. Receiving a PhD is an educational goal that many students strive for, as earning this degree may help them find a career that accomplishes their personal and professional goals.
Political Science PhD students are advancing political science as a discipline. They explore the empirical phenomena that give birth to new scholarly insights—insights that change for the better the way governments and societies function.
Online PhD in Political Science
One of the best universities in the world and 200 years old. The Faculty of Philosophy at Taras Shevchenko National University - Open University offers doctorates with specialties in Philosophy, Religious studies, Political science, Cultural studies, State service. [+]
The EUCLID DSDD (Doctorate in Sustainable Development and Diplomacy) is a distance, nonresident study program. [+]
The EUCLID online doctorate in mediation and conflict resolution is also unique for blending personal level psychology with high level issues (diplomacy, inter-religious dialogue) and practical skills (negotiation), the purpose being to offer a comprehensive coverage of this broad topic. [+]
The only online PhD program in diplomacy organized by an international intergovernmental organization and officially used by active diplomats over 4 continents. [+]
A specialized online Ph.D. offered by an intergovernmental university with recognized expertise in interfaith studies.[+]
The DIRD (and DIFS) are unique programs in the sense that they are actually offered by an intergovernmental organization with a university charter and an additional mandate in inter-religious dialogue and diplomacy. Notably, EUCLID is the only university which has received the first prize of the UN World Interfaith Harmony Week, presented by H.M. King Abdullah of Jordan (photo below).PROGRAM OBJECTIVES:
EUCLID offers several closely related but nevertheless distinct graduate programs:DIRD: Ph.D. in Interreligious Dialogue and Diplomacy DIFS: Ph.D. in Interfaith Studies DCRel/DCCTh: PhD in Comparative Religion / Comparative Christian Theology
This page focuses on the DIRD: EUCLID’s Ph.D. in Inter-Religious Dialogue and Diplomacy, the umbrella program designed to train diplomats, government officials and civil servants in this complex and specialized field. These programs, delivered 100% online, exist to prepare government officials, social workers, clergy, theologians and faculty members to successfully and constructively engage in inter-religious dialogue and diplomacy. This program assumes a strong interest in religion, spirituality, theology, critical thinking, academic research and global affairs. Furthermore, it is open to students from all religious backgrounds including non-believers, although its focus may be of special interest to Muslims and Christians since it was—to an extent—developed in response to the “Common Word” initiative. However, it does assume the following:... [-]