Anthropology | Casper College, Wyoming

Anthropology

Anthropology is a holistic discipline that is concerned with the physical nature of humans and their relationship with the environment, as well as the social and cultural aspects of behavior.

Students will find an anthropology background useful in any occupation in which knowledge and appreciation of human diversity is important, such as education, government, social service, personnel, marketing/advertising, international business, tourism, museum work, health professions, natural resource management, city planning, and environmental consulting.

The curriculum at Casper College offers a general background in anthropology for students who are pursuing a liberal education and provides basic preparation for students who wish to become professional anthropologists.

Employment info

Learn more about wage ranges and general occupational info for these jobs in Wyoming and across the U.S.: anthropologists and postsecondary anthropology and archaeology teachers.

The American Anthropological Association provides examples of jobs within four main career paths for anthropology graduates: academic careers, corporate and business careers, government careers, and non-profit and community-based careers.

Degree info

For requirements and more information about this program, view its listing in the course catalog:

Interested in online learning?

All or a portion of the courses in this program may be available online.

Learn more about online programs and courses at Casper College.

Attending your dream university starts right here at CC

A transfer agreement is available for this degree.

Students who choose CC for their first two years of college are prepared to transfer and finish their degrees anywhere in the world. Learn how you can earn a bachelor's, master's, or even your doctorate through one of our university partnerships with schools from across the country.

Contact

Academic Assistant, School of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Office: LH 166
307-268-2368
Department Chair;
Sociology Instructor
Office: LH 175B
307-268-2219
Dean, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Office: LH 166
307-268-2221

Faculty

Evin Rodkey
307-268-2696
LH 175E