Students study human behavior, social interaction, and social organization. They explore yesterday, today and tomorrow...concerned with how societies are organized and why people do what they do.
Excavating, analyzing, and interpreting material remains.
Analyzing the evolution and diversity of humans and other primates.
Analyzing diverse cultural practices of politics, religion, law, and economy in an increasingly global world.
Studying law-making, law-breaking, and social responses to law-breaking.
Studying the transformation of cultural symbols, rules of behavior, social organizations, value systems and social institutions over time.
Studying the unequal distribution of material and nonmaterial resources, and the social forces that generate and perpetuate those distributions.