Academic Advising is an important component of a student's academic success and students are encouraged to develop a relationship with their advisor. Kansas State has a university-wide academic advising syllabus. This document is helpful for students to understand what an academic advisor does and both the student's and advisor's responsibilities in this important relationship.
Finding Your Undergraduate Advisor
and Disorders (CSD)
Early Childhood Education (ECE)
Human Development and
ECE Teacher Licensure Advisor
Want to enhance your degree? Some of the most commonly added minors, certificates or secondary majors for AHS students include, but are certainly not limited to:
- Leadership Studies
- Conflict Analysis and Trauma Studies
- Conflict Resolution
- Human Development and Family Science
Or take a look at our handout (pdf) for more details and more options.
Want to add or drop a minor from our school? Use our online form (at the top of the page).
Are you interested in a health profession?
Health and Human Sciences has health profession advisors available to help you turn your undergraduate degree into a pre-health plan. To meet with them, please call 785-532-5500 or come by the Dean's Office in 119 Justin Hall and ask the receptionist to schedule an appointment for you.
Adam Dieker advises students interested in careers in Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Pharmacy, and Physical Therapy.
Susan Watt advises students interested in careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Physician Assistant, Nursing, and Chiropractic.
Adam and Susan serve Pre-Health students by:
- Assisting them with long-range academic planning
- Assisting them with class selections that fulfill professional school prerequisites
- Helping them understand the components of a competitive application
- Discussing strategies helpful in creating a strong academic record
- Directing them to appropriate campus resources
- Assisting them with the professional school application process
Network connections and advice from an experienced professional in your field can be valuable aids when taking your first steps out into your career. If you are a junior or senior with at least two semesters left, you can be connected with a professional mentor through our college's Professional Mentoring Program, where mentors volunteer to work with our students one-on-one and give you the tools you'll need to succeed!