Associate Degree. Transfer.

About the program:

The engineering program is a transfer program, meaning our students complete two years with us then transfer to a four-year institution to complete the degree.  Our goal is to prepare students for any engineering major.  Engineering is the profession in which a knowledge of the mathematical and natural sciences, gained by study, experience, and practice, is applied to develop ways to use the materials and forces of nature for the benefit of mankind.  Kilgore College offers university transfer programs for those interested in all engineering majors.

Transfer to a four-year program:

We have an excellent relationship with local universities such as LeTourneau University and UT Tyler.  As an engineering major, you can complete most or all of the first two years of your program here at Kilgore College. Most of the first two years of any engineering program are not specifically tied to a particular major, and our program is general enough that most students are well prepared to transfer to a four-year institution in any engineering major.



Frequently Asked Questions

For information about Engineering:

David Rangel
Department Chair, Instructor of Mathematics
Math, Engineering & Physics
(903) 988-7437
Canterbury Engr. Science Bldg. (CANTR), 223
Dr. Joseph Kirchhoff
Instructor, Physics
Department of Math, Engineering & Physics
(903) 983-8646
Canterbury Engr. Science Bldg. (CANTR), 335
Jennifer Rich
Assistant Dept. Chair and Instructor, Mathematics
Mathematics, Engineering & Physics Department
(903) 983-8247
Canterbury Engr. Science Bldg. (CANTR), 307