Programs

Online Court Reporting

Description

If you are interested in studying court reporting but are not able to attend in-person courses, explore online court reporting classes from MacCormac College. MacCormac College’s accredited two-year curriculum includes a variety of opportunities for students across the country to learn the art of court reporting online. Our virtual instruction includes the following categories: Shorthand Theory Speed Building, Judicial Court Reporting, Legal Terminology Vocabulary, Grammar, and Writing.

BENEFITS OF ONLINE COURT REPORTING COURSES Taking stenographer classes online gives you the freedom to learn how to be a court reporter on a flexible schedule, from the convenience of your home. Many students who enroll in our virtual court reporting classes are busy adults with full-time jobs and family commitments. Luckily, online stenography courses can make it easier to attain your educational goals while juggling existing responsibilities. Participating in online courses through MacCormac College can prepare you for a successful, lifelong career as a court reporter, stenographer, or other related professional.

COURT REPORTING COURSES

JR 1000

Judicial Reporting Real-Time Theory

6.0

JR 1080

Judicial Reporting 80

6.0

JR 1120

Judicial Reporting 120

6.0

JR 1140

Judicial Reporting 140

6.0

JR 1160

Judicial Reporting 160

6.0

JR 1180

Judicial Reporting 180

6.0

JR 1200

Judicial Reporting 200
(incorporate internship into curriculum)

2.0

JR 1225

Judicial Reporting 225 (online course)

2.0

JR 1215

CSR/RPR Prep

2.0

JR 1500

CR Software Applications

3.0

JR 1005

Legal Terminology

3.0

MED 1660

Medical Terminology

3.0

ENG 2000

English for Court Reporters

3.0

JR 1220

Court Reporting Procedures

3.0

GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

COL 1010

First Year Experience

1.0

ENG 1010

College Composition I

3.0

ENG 1020

College Composition II

3.0

CIS 1150

Introduction to Computers

3.0

SPE 2110

Speech Communication

3.0

PSY 1010

Introduction to Psychology

 

OR

 

3.0

SOC 2010

Introduction to Sociology

 
 

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