Degree programs in general human ecology allow students to integrate knowledge for an understanding of human needs, environments, and relationships. As professionals and citizens, graduates will advance the well-being of individuals, families, organizations, and communities.
The general human ecology program allows flexibility in course selection for first year students who are undecided but considering programs offered by the College of Health and Human Sciences. Careful planning allows students to explore options while completing courses applicable to most programs. Successful completion of the BS in Human Ecology requires students to identify career goals and develop a degree plan that will prepare them to advance toward those goals.
Select courses to support professional goals in consultation with advisor. At least 9 hours must be 300-level or higher.
Supporting courses (18 credit hours)
Select courses to support professional goals in consultation with advisor. All courses must be 300-level or higher, and from areas other than the College of Health and Human Sciences.
Unrestricted electives (16–17 credit hours)
*Students seeking licensure in family and consumer sciences education must meet licensure standards as well as degree requirements. See Family and Consumer Sciences Education Licensure Requirements (B.S.) and the College of Education. Students seeking licensure in family and consumer sciences education may apply 1-4 hours of specified EDSEC courses as Human Ecology electives.
K-State 8 General Education Requirements
K-State 8 general education requirements must be completed.