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Court Reporting Technology

25042 Associate in Science

Total credits required for the degree is 77.

The Court Reporting Technology program provides training for students who desire to enter the field of court reporting. Court  reporters are the official record keepers of court proceedings.  They are employed by the court or work on a freelance basis and earn an excellent salary. Upon successful completion of the following courses, the student will earn an Associate in Science degree.

MAJOR COURSE REQUIREMENTS—62 credits required

(Select the following courses)

Course

Title

Course Credits

CGS 1060

Introduction to MicroComputers

4

OST 2436

Court Procedures & Law Terms

3

OST 1110

Keyboarding Applications

3

OST 1110L

Keyboarding Applications Lab

1

OST 1601

Machine Transcription 1

3

OST 1330

Business English

3

OST 1702

Office Procedures 1

3

OST 1741

Beginning Word Processing

3

OST 1741L

Beginning Word Processing Lab

1

OST 2335

Business Writing

3

OST 2602

Machine Transcription 2

3

OST 2221

Machine Shorthand 1

4

OST 2222

Machine Shorthand 2

4

OST 2223

Machine Shorthand 3

3

OST 2224

Machine Shorthand 4

3

OST 2225

Machine Shorthand 5

3

OST 2226

Machine Shorthand 6

3

HIM 2472

Medical Terminology

3

OST 2231

Computer Aided Transcription 1

3

OST 2251

Legal Dictation & Transcription

3

OST 2256

Medical Dictation & Transcription

3

 

 GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS—15 credits required

Course

Title

Course Credits 

ENC1101

English Composition 1

3

SPC1026

Fundamentals of Speech Communication

3

PHI2604

Critical Thinking/Ethics

3

CLP1006

Psychology of Personal Effectiveness

3

QMB 2100*

Basic Business Statistics

3

 

 *Note: Students may take either QMB 2100, PSC 1515, or BSC 1005.




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