Accredited online court reporter programs and other criminal justice associate’s & bachelor’s degree courses. Fill out Top Trade School’s free application and get contacted by the university of your choice, it’s that easy.
“A court reporter or stenographer attends court hearings depositions or any other type of event which a transcript is necessary. The court reporter is responsible to translate, word for word, the transcriptions on to a readable document. Some court reporters or stenographers services are needed in other industries, aside from the courtroom, such as television real time translation for the deaf or hard of hearing, public events, business meetings and schools.[ref]
Schools with Online Court Reporter Programs
- Miller-Motte College – Online Criminal Justice
- Keiser University – Online Criminal Justice
- Baker College – Online Criminal Justice
More Colleges with Criminal Justice Courses
- Fortis – across the US
- Vista College – across TX & Online
- YTI – PA & MD
- South College – Knoxville & Asheville, TN
- ECPI University – VA, Carolinas, FL
- Ashland University – Ohio & Online Courses
- UEI College – California & Online Courses
- Remington College – Locations across the US (FL, TX, OH & Hawaii too!)
- Chattanooga College – TN & Online
- Daymar College – OH, KY & TN
- Southern Technical Institute – across FL
- Brightwood College – across the US & Online
- Sullivan University – KY
- Institute of Technology – CA & OR
- New England Institute of Technology – RI
- Miami Jacobs – Ohio Locations
- Northwestern College – Illinois
“How long does it take to become a court reporter?
- It takes six months for court reporters to receive a certificate from a trade college court reporting program and two years of an associate’s degree.
Do court reporters need to be licensed?
- Some states require their court reporters to be licensed which means you may need to become a notary public. The National Court Reporting Association (NCRA) offers licenses and another options…”[ref]