Environmental Politics and Policy

Environmental Politics and Policy  

DCThe Environmental Politics and Policy concentration gives students an understanding of the forces shaping political behavior, the nature and workings of political institutions, and the ways in which both domestic and international structures constrain environmental policy responses. Some P&P students are interested in activism, others in policy analysis or law.  Check the "Alumni Careers" list to see all the things that are possible with a degree in Environmental Politics and Policy. 

This concentration is sponsored by the Department of Government and Politics within the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS - Environmental Politics and Policy (pdf.) 



Faculty Advisor

Dr. Conny S. Kazungu
1127D Tydings Hall

*** Dr. Kazungu is currently on maternity leave.  Please address all P&P advising matters to Angela Mazur-Gray (***

Make an appointment with your faculty advisor, Dr. Conny Kazungu,for any issues related to course content:

  • Advising for ENSP386 (Internship)
  • Approval of Restricted Electives
  • GVPT course concerns (including necessary substitutions)
  • Career advising and professional development in the area of environmental policy




Staff Advisor - TBD!

Make an appointment with the Politics and Policy staff advisor for any administrative needs or requests, such as:

  • Removal of mandatory advising block for registration
  • Review and verification of Politics and Policy course requirements
  • Stamps for certain GVPT courses