The Chair of Theoretical Political Science, currently headed by prof. Igor Lukšič, currently offers one undergraduate study program Political Science – Politics and the State, one graduate study program Political Science – Political Theory and two PhD programs Globalisation Studies and Political Science.
Members of the Chair of Theoretical Political Science are engaged in pedagogical and research activities in the field of political theories, as well as in the broader media and social space, where they play the role of political analysts, policy makers and other socially engaged roles.
The members of the department are researchers within the Centre for Political Theory, Social Sciences Research Institute; their research achievements are constantly included in their pedagogical work.
The foundational study programs in the field of political science are intended for students who are considering government or academic careers, or careers as political advisers, political analysts, party leaders, political campaign workers, and political spokesmen, among others. Graduates can find jobs at international and regional organizations like the United Nations or European Union, work as educators, political activists or social advocates in the non-governmental sector, or even pursue a career as business consultants for multinational corporations.