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Court Reporting


Court reporting programs prepare people to record and transcribe formal proceedings via print and electronic methods.

Court reporting programs include topics such as:


Many career and technical schools as well as most community colleges and two-year schools offer certificate and associate degree programs in court reporting. A certificate program usually takes a year of full-time study. An associate degree program usually takes two years of full-time study.

A very small number of colleges and universities offer a bachelor's degree in court reporting. A bachelor's degree usually takes four years of full-time study to complete.

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Program Admission

You can prepare for this program of study by getting your high school diploma or GED.

Below is a list of high school courses that will help prepare you for this program of study:

Typical Course Work

Program Courses

A certificate program in court reporting typically requires that you study courses such as the following:

All training programs approved by the National Court Reporters Association include an internship.


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Green River College