Master of Science in Youth Development
Kansas State University - College of Human Ecology - Graduate
The master’s degree in youth development from Kansas State University is a 36-credit-hour program for youth development professionals that uses a strengths-based approach to examine and engage with current issues in youth development. The includes a practicum and independent study, and focuses on different aspects of youth development such as adolescents and their families, program design, topics in contemporary youth issues, policy that affects youth and cultural contexts. Students who complete this program will also develop skills in problem-solving regarding funding sources, boards, other agencies, families, and other professionals.
Degree Level: Master
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accelerated Degree: No
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Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
A bachelor's degree with 3.0 minimum GPA on last 60 credits.
Kansas State University offers online master’s degree and graduate certificate programs in human ecology that allow you to complete your education while working full time and remaining in your community K-State is an accredited, nationally recognized distance education provider dedicated to providing a quality learning experience and , affordable tuition rates. K-State offers a variety of distance degree and certificate programs, courses, and delivery methods to distance education students around the world. Student services that are customized to meet the needs of students learning at a distance, including technical support, academic advising, online enrollment, and library services, are also available. K-State’s distance education courses emphasize interaction and collaborative learning between faculty and students.
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