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  Aug 22, 2017
 
 
    
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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Family Studies and Human Services


Dorothy Bagwell Durband, Director

University Distinguished Professor: S. Stith; Professors: Crawford, Fees, J. Garcia, Hoag, MacDonald, Meredith, Moxley,Nelson-Goff, Olsen, Riportella, Scheidt, and Schumm; Associate Professors: Anderson, Baptist, Britt, DeLuccie, Johannes, Kiss, Markham, Myers–Bowman, Pederson-Archuleta, Seay, and Webb; Teaching Associate Professors: Coulson, Thompson, and Welch; Assistant Professors: Behan, Burnett, Doll, Durtschi, Heckman, Lim, Pelczarski, Roberts, Vennum, Welch, and Wiles; Instructors: Hammerli, Martens, Meitler, Meyer, Nippert, O’Conner, and Pence; Clinical Associate Professors: R. Garcia, Hilgers, and McCants; Clinical Assistant Professors: Meier and Weltsch; Research Assistant Professors: Glassock, Griffin, and Jordan; Emeritus Professors: Bergen, Bollman, Flanagan, Kellett, Maddux, J. Murray, Russell, C. Smith, M. Stith, and Walker; Emeritus Associate Professors: Bradshaw, A. Murray, and Young; Emeritus Assistant Professor: McNeil; Emeritus Instructor: West.

304 Justin Hall
785-532-5510
Fax: 785-532-5505
E-mail: fshs@k-state.edu
www.he.k-state.edu/fshs

The School of Family Studies and Human Services is focused on the study of individuals and families from a multidisciplinary perspective. Programs emphasize developmental processes throughout the life cycle, interpersonal relationships, personal financial planning, intervention for speech, language, and hearing problems, and educational programming for children and families.

Undergraduate programs include communication sciences and disorders, early childhood education, family studies and human services, and personal financial planning. In addition, students may combine degree programs in early childhood education and elementary education.

The school places great importance on laboratory and field experiences, along with classroom experiences. On-campus field experiences for undergraduate students are available in the Family Center, the Center on Aging, the Hoeflin Stone House Early Childhood Center, the Kansas State University Speech and Hearing Center, the Institute of Personal Financial Planning, and PowerCat Financial Counseling.


 

Programs

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Science in Personal Financial Planning

Bachelor of Science/Master of Science

Certificate

Non-Degree

Courses

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Conflict Resolution

Early Childhood Education

Family Studies and Human Services

Human Development and Family Science

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