Government

Associate's Degree. Transfer.

About the program:

The Department of Humanities and Social/Behavioral Sciences, at Kilgore College, offers courses in government that are necessary to complete the Core Curriculum requirements for an Associate's Degree, or transfer to an upper division university to acquire a baccalaureate degree. These courses are guaranteed to transfer to any public college or university in Texas. They also transfer to most private schools. In addition, these courses also serve as an exciting introduction to a field of study in government.  

Pursuing a baccalaureate degree in Government or Political Science can help prepare students for diverse careers in the public and private sectors. These careers include such things as service in non-profit organizations, law, political analysis, government, international affairs, political campaigns, and education. The courses also demonstrate that government is intertwined with and impacts everything people do in their daily lives. Our Government courses will allow students to master the political institutions of both Texas and the United States. Students will also acquire, or add to, their knowledge of critical thinking and writing skills.  

Our faculty will help you succeed!

Acquiring knowledge is only half of your experience in Government courses at Kilgore College. You will also encounter caring faculty members with a wide variety of life experiences and teaching styles to guide on your path to course completion. Our faculty will endeavor to help you succeed while maintaining the highest possible academic standards. Government courses taken at Kilgore College will prepare you for interaction with the government for the rest of your life, whether you simply encounter it on a daily basis or you choose to study it and make it a career.

Course information:

Government

Several Class Options Available

Kilgore College offers multiple sections in multiple formats to meet your needs as a student. During the Fall/Spring semesters, students can choose to take full 16-week face-to-face courses in the classroom, or they can choose to take the classes in a web-based environment and complete the majority of their work online.

The college also offers accelerated time frame courses that allow students to meet the requirements of these courses in 8-weeks, 5-weeks, 4-weeks or 3-weeks.

Face-to-face, hybrid and web-based courses are offered in most of these accelerated time frames. Most classes are also offered on both the Kilgore and Longview campuses.

For information about Government:

Donny Seals
Department Chair, Instructor
Humanities and Social-Behavioral Sciences
Phone:
(903) 983-8264
Office:
Old Main Building (OM), 103
Lindsey McLennan
Instructor, Government
Humanities and Social-Behavioral Sciences
Phone:
(903) 983-8674
Office:
Old Main Building (OM), 126
Rick Moser
Instructor, Government and History
Humanities and Social-Behavioral Sciences
Phone:
(903) 983-8234
Office:
Old Main Building (OM), 124
John Raulston
Instructor, Government
Humanities and Social-Behavioral Sciences
Phone:
(903) 988-3726
Office:
Old Main Building (OM), 148
Jeff Stanglin, J.D.
Instructor, Government
Humanities and Social-Behavioral Sciences
Phone:
(903) 983-8230
Office:
Old Main Building (OM), 209
Carla Szafran
Instructor, Government and History
Humanities and Social-Behavioral Sciences
Phone:
(903) 236-2024
Office:
KC-Longview North Bldg., 108
Charles Taylor, Ph.D.
Instructor, Government and History
Humanities and Social-Behavioral Sciences
Phone:
(903) 236-2025
Office:
KC-Longview North Bldg., 205-D
William G. Wells, Ph.D.
Assistant Dept. Chair, Instructor
Humanities and Social-Behavioral Sciences
Phone:
(903) 988-7421
Office:
Old Main Building (OM), 207