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Academic Programs

Apparel and Textilesstudent guide link
Athletic Trainingstudy guide link 
Communication Sciences and Disordersstudy
Dieteticsstudy
Early Childhood Educationstudy
Family and Consumer Sciences Educationstudy
General Human Ecologystudy
Hospitality Managementstudy
Human Development and Family Sciencestudy
Interior Designstudy
Kinesiologystudy
Nutrition and Healthstudy
Nutrition and Kinesiology (dual degrees)study
Nutritional Sciencesstudy
Personal Financial Planningstudy

Secondary Major, Minors and Certificates

Apparel and Textiles Minorstudy
Conflict Analysis and Trauma Studies Minorstudy
Conflict Resolution Certificatestudy
Gerontologystudy
Hospitality Management Minorstudy
Human Development and Family Science Minorstudy
Kinesiology Minorstudy
Concurrent B.S. / M.S.
Hospitality Administrationstudy
Human Nutrition (B.S./MPH)study
Kinesiologystudy
Kinesiology (B.S./MPH)study
Nutrition, Dietetics, and Sensory Sciencesstudy
Life Span Human Developmentstudy

 

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Apparel and textiles professor presents at international congress
Monday, August 13th, 2018

Joy Kozar, associate professor of apparel and textiles, recently presented at the 2018 World Marketing Congress in Porto, Portugal. Kozar presented her paper, “Face-saving, Materialistic and Ethical Values as related to Chinese Consumers’ Attitudes of Counterfeit Fashion Goods”. Along with presenting, Kozar served as the Chair for the Fashion and Luxury Marketing Track. She will […]

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Education Abroad: Early Childhood Education in Paraguay
Monday, August 6th, 2018

By Brynn Carlson This May, while most students were at home on break after spring finals, four K-State Human Ecology students had the opportunity to participate in the first ever Early Childhood Education study abroad trip to Asunción, Paraguay. Lead by Dr. Bronwyn Fees, the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Family Studies […]

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