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Lone Star College - Online is committed to providing you with online learning opportunities to meet your educational goals. Lone Star students have access to:
Online classes allow students to obtain college credit at a distance while using a variety of learning activities via distance such as discussion, class projects, exams, presentations, and written papers. Online classes may require proctored (supervised) exams or other necessary learning activities such as orientations or labs. For these activities, online students may have the option to go to an LSCS college site or to an off-campus location that is convenient to them and approved by the instructor.
Hybrid classes are those where face-to-face instructional delivery is regularly replaced by alternate delivery methods such as the Internet.
Before you enroll in an online course, take some time to find out if online learning is right for you by completing our Online Skills Assessment.
Students can now take their Criminal Justice education at Lone Star College-Kingwood one step further.
To earn an AA degree at LSC-Kingwood, students must successfully complete 61 credit hours. Depending on the number of hours taken during a semester, this degree can be earned in as little as one and half to two years. In order to apply, students must first be admitted to Lone Star College System.
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