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Academic Programs

The School of Family Studies and Human Services offers a variety of academic programs that address the health and well-being of individuals and families in Kansas, the country and the world. The diversity of the school is reflected in the wide range of careers in human services pursued by graduates such as work with families, early childhood education, couple and family therapy, personal financial planning, and speech-language pathology.

Applied Family Science

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Conflict Resolution

Couple and Family Therapy

Early Childhood Education

Family and Community Services

Human Development and Family Science

Life Span Human Development

Personal Financial Planning

Youth Development

Add/Drop an FSHS Minor or Certificate Program

View the School's 3 Year Course Plan (PDF)

Get a head start planning out your next steps with our spreadsheet of courses our school anticipates offering each semester for the next 3 years!

Centers, Institutes & Services

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Graduate Assistantships

A variety of graduate research and graduate teaching assistantships are available through the school. If you did not complete an assistantship application with your initial Graduate School application and are interested, complete the Assistantship Application (pdf) and submit, with your resume, to the school at:

School of Family Studies and Human Services
304 Justin Hall
1324 Lovers Lane
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506