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.
Complement your bachelor's degree and focus your skills with our minors and certificates.
Our programs provide seven master's and three doctoral degree options.
FSHS offers three different certificates to allow graduates to enhance their professional skills.
Helpful Links for Students
- Learn more about your anticipated costs as a student, as well as available financial aid and scholarships.
- Need a hand with studying? The Academic Achievement Center offers tutors, academic coaching, and student success courses.
- Need help with academic access or disability accommodations? The Student Access Center will work closely with you to meet your individual needs.
- View the student learning objectives and assessment plans for our various programs.