Spring 2021 courses at LSC-Kingwood begin on Jan. 19.

Lone Star College-Kingwood offers many face-to-face, online, and hybrid classes to help the community achieve their New Year resolution of starting or completing their educational goals. 

Spring 2021 registration will continue through the first day of classes on Jan. 19. Administrators have instituted COVID-19 safety protocols at the main campus, LSC-Atascocita Center, and the LSC-Process Technology Center to ensure students will take in-person or hybrid classes in a healthy environment. Measures include a check-in station, installed hand sanitizer machines in all buildings, and reconfiguration of spaces to support social distancing.

Our number one focus continues to be on student success as we continue to navigate through the pandemic,” said Mario K. Castillo, LSC-Kingwood interim president. “All locations will be open in a limited capacity to offer educational support such as tutoring, library services, financial aid, and more. These resources, as well as others, are also available online.”

In-person classes that still have open seats include anthropology, basic animation, business management, criminal justice, design communication, digital imaging, drama, economics (macro and micro), EDUC 1300, English (composition/rhetoric and literature), ESOL (language skills, oral communication, reading), fire science, geology (physical), government (federal and Texas), history (U.S. and world), humanities, instrumentation technology, interpersonal communication, math (algebra, precalculus, statistics, trigonometry), music, physical education, philosophy (formal logic), process technology, and Spanish.

Our programs can retrain you for a new career or set you on a path to complete a bachelor’s degree at any four-year institution,” Castillo said.

Online and hybrid courses that still have openings include accounting (business tax and payroll), anatomy and physiology, anthropology, art appreciation, biology, business computer apps, business management, ceramics, chemistry, computer engineer technology, criminal justice, dance appreciation, digital imaging, drama, economics (macro and micro), EDUC 1300, EMT, English (composition/rhetoric, literature, reading/writing), environmental science, ESOL (grammar, reading, writing), fire science, game design, geography, geology, government (federal and Texas), history (Texas and U.S.), human resources, hydraulics technology, introduction to computers, Japanese, mass communication, math (algebra, calculus, precalculus, statistics, trigonometry), music, philosophy, (ethics, introduction, world religion) physical education, physics, psychology, sociology, Spanish, and speech (interpersonal communication and public speaking).

We understand our students have multiple responsibilities in their daily lives. Our hybrid experience will allow those students the flexibility to maximize their time,” said Garth Howard, interim vice president of Student Services. David Baty, vice president of Instruction, continued, “hybrid classes offer the best of both worlds and in some instances only require as few as one on-campus meeting.”

For more information on classes offered at a specific campus or enroll in face-to-face, online, or hybrid courses for spring 2021, visit lonestar.edu/registration.

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