Navigate Caper College's Website
Banner
  • About Us
  • Faculty
  • Degrees
  • Courses
  • School Home Page
  • Apply
Contact Information:

Crystal Sosalla
Academic Assistant
307-268-2368
LH 166
Weblink

Barbara Mueller
Department Head
307-268-2517
Weblink
 

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.

  • Barbara Mueller
    • Phone: (307) 268-2517
    • Office: PS 335
    • Weblink
  • Associate of Arts/Associate of Science degree

ANTH 1100 Introduction to Physical Anthropology (3L,3CR)[E][SB]:
Presents basic concepts relating to the origin, evolution, biological nature, and adaptation of the human species.

ANTH 1200 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3L,3CR) E][CS][G]:
Using an ethnological approach, (comparative study of culture), this course surveys the basic concepts of cultural anthropology including cross cultural investigations of kinship, marriage, language, religion, politics, economics, and culture change.

ANTH 1300 Introduction to Archeology (3L,3CR):
Provides a background in archeological theories and methods and explores the ways in which prehistoric material remains can provide an understanding of human behavior.

ANTH 2000 Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology (3L,3CR)[E][L]:
This course provides an introduction to anthropological approaches for understanding language use and interpretation within a social context.

ANTH 2210 North American Indian (3L,3CR)[E][CS][D]:
A survey of North American Indian societies from prehistory to the present. Covers selected prehistoric cultural sequences as well as a general culture-area survey of known historic tribes and a consideration of current issues facing Native American groups.

ANTH 2475 Independent Studies in Anthropology (1-3CR) (Max. 6):
Provides opportunity for independent reading and more in-depth study in various fields of anthropology. Prerequisite: previous anthropology coursework and permission of the instructor.

CC # 1| School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Home Page | Office Hours |
| Anthropology Departmental Report |

There are numerous opportunities within the School of Social & Behavioral Sciences at Casper College. The school is comprised of 13 departments including: Addictionology, Anthropology, Communication, Criminal Justice, Economics, Education, History, International Studies, Paralegal Studies, Political Science, Pre-Law, Psychology, and Sociology (which includes Social Work).

Casper College logoCasper College will be the foundation of your education and your career. START NOW!
Navigate our site
Home Page Contact Us Policies Mission/Vision/Values/Goals A to Z Index Return to the previous page. Home Page A to Z Index Events Search our site Find Faculty/Staff/Administration @ Casper College New Media @ Casper College