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COURT REPORTING, A.O.S.

Our Court Reporting program allows students to study at the Associate degree level, with the goal of becoming skillful stenographers ready for the legal world. Students of this specialized program will hone their typing skills to 225 words per minute in stenotype courses and study legal terminology and court procedures to prepare them for a versatile career.

OPPORTUNITIES BEGIN HERE

  • Court Reporters sit in on trials, depositions, and other court proceedings, and use stenograph machines to document dialogue verbatim. They use stenotype to not only convey what is being said but who is speaking and in what manner.
  • While our program focuses on preparing students for a rewarding career with the court system, Court Reporters are also qualified for work outside the courtroom, such as real-time closed captioning for television stations, or transcription services for events and speeches.

GRADUATE WORKFORCE READY

  • Our comprehensive internship program will connect you with the real world experience you need for your career, and our Career Services Department will help place you in your ideal career upon graduation!
  • Court Reporters in New York State have the opportunity to join professional associations and earn skilled certifications.

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