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Minor and Certificate Programs

Undergraduate minors provide students an opportunity to emphasize study in an area outside their major curriculum. Courses forming a minor may be used to satisfy the general requirements of a major curriculum, including free electives. Students are not required to complete a minor to graduate. A Minor can be awarded to a student upon or after being awarded a baccalaureate degree.

An Undergraduate Academic Credit Certificate emphasizes a focused specialty area of study and increase the knowledge and skills of individuals.

Academic Programs

Apparel and Textiles MinorButton link to Catalog
Community Health CertificateButton link to Catalog
Conflict Analysis and Trauma Studies MinorButton link to Catalog
Conflict Resolution CertificateButton link to Catalog
Financial Counseling MinorButton link to Catalog
Health Coach CertificateButton link to Catalog
Hospitality Management MinorButton link to Catalog
Human Development and Family Science MinorButton link to Catalog
Kansas Insurance CertificateButton link to Catalog
Kinesiology MinorButton link to Catalog
Nutrition MinorButton link to Catalog
Personal Financial Planning MinorButton link to Catalog

 

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The Early Childhood Education Program and the School of Family Studies and Human Services in the College of Health and Human Sciences is hosting Brent A. McBride, who is visiting K-State to help rethink the role of Hoeflin Stone House Child Development Laboratory in research, instruction and engagement. A brown bag lunch has been scheduled from 12:30-1:30 […]

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