Dec 07, 2022
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.
General Education (Minimum 32 credits)
General education coursework can be completed from within or outside of the major field of study.
1. Exploration and Participation
3. Relationship with the World
4. General Education Electives
- Must be chosen from areas 1, 2, or 3 above.
5. Physical Education (1CR)
- ART 1300 - Museum Studies (3L,3CR)
- CO/M 1010 - Public Speaking (3L,3CR)
- ENGL 2350 - African American Literature (3L,3CR)
- GEOG 1000 - World Regional Geography (3L,3CR)
- GEOG 1080 - Introduction to GPS and Maps (3L,3CR)
- GEOL 1100 - Physical Geology (3L,2LB,4CR)
- GEOL 1250 - Paleontology and Geology Field Work (1CR)
- GNDR 1000 - Introduction to Gender Studies (3L,3CR)
- HUMN 2045 - Asian Art and Culture (3L,3CR)
- HUMN 2425 - World Health (3L,3CR)
- POLS 2310 - Introduction to International Relations (3L,3CR)
- PSYC 1000 - General Psychology (3L,3CR)
- PSYC 2000 - Research Psychological Methods (4L,4CR)
- SOC 2112 - Environmental Sociology (3L,3CR)
- THEA 1000 - Introduction to the Theatre (3L,3CR)
This recommended curriculum is geared toward those students who will be transferring to the University of Wyoming. Students who are planning to transfer to an out-of-state institution should refer to the requirements of that institution requirements so that this curriculum can be modified.
A minimum of 64 approved semester credits are required for graduation. For specific graduation requirements see “Academic Policies ” and “Degree Requirements .”
Only courses numbered 1000 or above can be used toward the Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Business, Associate of Fine Arts and Associate of Applied Science Degrees.