What does your future look like? Do you see yourself becoming a teacher? Police officer? Paralegal? Social worker? Politician?
Study Social and Behavioral Sciences at Casper College
“I loved my experience at CC, the smaller classes, and the relationships between instructors and students.”
— Casper College addictionology graduate Brittlynn Bulgrin is employed at Mercer Family Resource Center.
EXPLORE YOUR OPTIONS
- Addiction Studies
- Communication — Human, Journalism, Multimedia, Public Relations
- Criminal Justice
- Early Childhood Education
- Elementary Education
- Forensic Science
- International Studies
- Paralegal Studies
- Political Science
- Secondary Education: Mathematics
- Secondary Education: Social Studies
- Social Work
- Women’s and Gender Studies
- and more!
Start Here, Go Anywhere
Many students in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences earn their associate degree at Casper College and then transfer to a four-year institution.
- Trip to Teton Science School
Diversity in Education class
- Service learning trips with destinations ranging from Pine Lodge, WY, to Belize
- Compete in forensics tournaments, where the national event has been held in such places as Cleveland, Ohio, and Denver, Colorado, and the international event has been held in Barcelona, Spain; and Paris, France.
- Trip to Denver to tour crime lab and go on ride-alongs with the Denver Police Department
- Supreme Court justices visit Casper
- Mock trial with St. Anthony’s 5th grade class
- Join the Casper Committee on Foreign Relations
- Attend bimonthly dinners with speakers
- Participate in a trip to Washington D.C.
Wyoming’s second largest city is located in the geographic center of the state. Wyoming itself is well known for its wide-open vistas, amazing scenery and western way of life.