Religion and Politics
The University of Cincinnati’s Department of Political Science boasts the largest number of religion and politics scholars in a United States doctoral program.
Whether your subfield focus is comparative or American, quantitative or qualitative, institutional or behavioral, observational or experimental, the faculty’s broad array of research interests and the department’s collegial atmosphere make the University of Cincinnati a great place to study religion and politics. Learn more about our doctoral program, or apply today!
APSA Religion and Politics Section Mentoring Program
The Political Science Department is also home to the APSA Religion and Politics Section Mentoring Program. The program matches graduate students and junior faculty with more senior mentors. If you are interested in participating in this program, either as a mentor or to request a mentor, click here.
Questions? If you have questions about the program, please email Brian Calfano at email@example.com!