Applied Family Science Graduate Program Now Available in the College of Human Ecology
Tuesday, September 5, 2017
The School of Family Studies and Human Services announces that graduate students will be able to seek master's and doctoral degrees with a specialization in applied family science beginning fall 2017.
The master's degree is a Master of Science in family studies and human services with a specialization in applied family science. The doctoral program will be a Doctor of Philosophy in human ecology with a specialization in applied family science.
The former family studies graduate curriculum has been updated and combines education, research and outreach to better understand and enhance the lives of individuals and families. Students in the applied family science specialization will be trained to develop, implement, evaluate and administer programs designed to enhance family and relationship health and well-being. Additionally, doctoral students will be prepared to conduct high-impact research addressing issues and needs relevant to families.
For more information on the applied family science graduate program, visit he.k-state.edu/fshs/academics/afs/.