Learn how to be a stenographer. If you enjoy precision, grammar and editing, music, competition, or using technology, a degree in Court Reporting from Madison College would be perfect for you. And if you need flexibility or are in another state, this degree is also offered 100% online. Our instructors have real-world stenography experience and look forward to helping you earn your degree to become:
- Court (Judicial) Reporters - serving the legal community.
- Broadcast Captioners - providing captioning for live television broadcasts.
- CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation) Providers - translating services for the deaf and hard-of-hearing communities, as well as people learning English as a second language.
- Webcasting and Internet Information Reporters - capturing business meetings in real-time via online services.
Get credit for your experience and prior learning.
Please note before beginning classes: You must purchase or rent a realtime-ready student steno writer and specialty software. The faculty will provide guidance on this equipment. There is an orientation for all new students. Please contact the School of Business and Applied Arts for more information.
Court Reporting is on a career pathway that includes this associate degree. There are courses that can be taken in high school that offer college credit toward this associate degree through the Dual Credit and Start College Now programs. With the associate degree, you can get a good job or transfer to another college to earn your bachelor’s degree. Learn at your own pace and increase your earning potential with credentials that keep you moving on your career path.
Court Reporting classes may be offered at these Madison College campuses:
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