K-State at Salina to offer general option bachelor's degree in Family Studies and Human Services
Monday, April 14, 2008
SALINA -- Kansas State University at Salina will offer a general option bachelor's degree in family studies and human services beginning in fall 2008.
The degree program, offered through the School of Family Studies and Human Services in K-State's College of Human Ecology, will provide students with a strong foundation of course work in human development and family studies.
"We are excited to offer this option to students at K-State at Salina," said Dennis Kuhlman, dean at K-State at Salina. "Family studies and human services graduates will have an wide variety of career choices in many different areas."
Graduates are prepared to enter the extensive human services arena - including youth, family and community service programs; the judicial system; Cooperative Extension Service; elder care facilities; religious institutions; human resources; public health programs; and/or to pursue graduate study in a variety of related academic disciplines.
More information about the family studies and human services undergraduate major at K-State at Salina is available by contacting David Delker at 785-826-2963.
Source: David Delker, 785-826-2963, firstname.lastname@example.org
News release prepared by: Abigail Crouse, 785-826-2642,