Family Studies and Human Services Bachelor’s Degree
The family studies and human services bachelor’s degree program allows students to establish a solid background in human development while studying a specific discipline of their choice.
Individuals with degrees in family studies and human services strive to serve the greater good along a specific academic discipline such as psychology, sociology, gerontology or women’s studies. Students can work with an academic advisor to customize their degree path toward their own particular interests.
Careers in Family Studies and Human Services
Job opportunities in family studies and human services include positions in:
- administrative roles in youth programs
- the court system
- Cooperative Extension
- family support programs
- public health departments
Kansas State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.