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Instructor - Erich FranklandThe study of History at Casper College is designed to prepare students for further work in the discipline or in other fields in the humanities and social sciences, and to give perspective on the issues and problems of the contemporary world.

Undergraduate work in history can prepare the student for graduate study in the field and careers in government, the law, archive and museum management, and a number of other areas in the private sector. The skills of critical thinking and analysis which are honed by historical study are essential for all educated individuals and are useful in a wide variety of career applications.

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Crystal Sosalla
Academic Assistant
307-268-2368
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      Tanis Lovercheck-Saunders
Department Head
307-268-2348

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    • Phone: (307) 268-2348
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HIST 1110 Western Civilization I (3L,3CR)[E][CH]:
A general survey of the significant political, social, economic, cultural, and intellectual concepts and institutions of the West, from the Paleolithic origins of humans through the Reformation.

HIST 1120 Western Civilization II (3L,3CR)[E]:
A general survey of the modern world, from the Reformation to the present. Emphasis is equally divided between national histories and the development of Europe as a whole, including the impact of the West on the entire world.

HIST 1211 United States to 1865 (3L,3CR) [E][V]:
A survey of the economic, social and political development of the United States from earliest exploration through the Civil War, with some emphasis on the American Constitution and its development as well as the Wyoming Constitution. This course will satisfy the statutory requirement of the U. S. and Wyoming Constitutions for Casper College and the University of Wyoming.

HIST 1221 United States from 1865 (3L,3CR)[E][V]:
A survey of the economic, social, and political development of the United States from reconstruction to the present. This course will satisfy the statutory requirement of the U.S. and Wyoming Constitution.

HIST 1251 History of Wyoming (3L,3CR):
A survey course which examines aspects of Wyoming’s frontier history. This course will also satisfy the statutory requirement of the U.S. and Wyoming Constitution.

HIST 2070 War and Revolution in 20th Century Europe (3L,3C):
Analyzes European history from 1900-1991. Special attention will be paid to the Great War, Russian Revolution, World War II and the Cold War.

HIST 2100 Western Civilization I (3L,3CR):
A general survey of the significant political, social, economic, cultural, and intellectual concepts and institutions of the West, from the Paleolithic origins of humans through the Reformation.

HIST 2110 Western Civilization II (3L,3CR):
A general survey of the modern world, from the Reformation to the present. Emphasis is equally divided between national histories and the development of Europe as a whole, including the impact of the West on the entire world.

HIST 2240 The History of Russia Since 1855 (3L,3CR):
General survey of modern Russian history from 1855 to the present.

HIST 2450 The History of Ireland (3L,3CR):
This course surveys the history of Ireland beginning with the Celtic invasion of the island to Twenty-first century efforts to establish a lasting peace in the North.
Major topics include the impact of invasions (Celtic, Viking, and especially English) early modern, and modern Irish History.

HIST 2475 Independent Study (1-3CR):
An opportunity for students to develop projects in their particular area of interest within the history discipline.

HIST 2490 Topics (Subtitle) (1-3CR):
Offered in answer to specific need or public interest. A student may repeat this course twice under different subtitles to a miximum of six credit hours.

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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).

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