Undergraduate Program

To prepare for a career working with people - young and old; men and women; children, teenagers and adults - you may choose to major in family studies and human services. Students enrolled in the School of Family Studies and Human Services will select an area of concentration or students may select the internship option with approval by supervising faculty. Courses in the FSHS program focus on the development of the individual in a family context throughout the life cycle.

To learn more about the undergraduate degree in family studies and human services, review the additional resources on this page as well as the university course catalog.

In addition to studying on the Manhattan campus, a bachelor's degree in family studies and human services is also offered at K-State Salina and online through the K-State Global Campus.