So how does our program work to prepare you for a brighter future?
Our students engage in a fast-paced and well-rounded curriculum with a track record that’s proven to work. Students can pursue an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, which includes required courses in English language fundamentals, psychology, US history, ecology, geography, and mathematics—essential knowledge for court reporters.
Both options are designed to prepare students to take the state certification exam and secure an entry-level position in the court reporting field. The path to completion is clear and progressive—students have to pass speed tests at certain degrees of speed and accuracy in order to advance to the next level. The length of time it takes to complete the program is largely determined by the individual student’s ability and dedication, and practice outside class is an essential requirement for success. Many of our students find that their momentum builds as they approach the finish line.
You can learn more about the Brown College of Court Reporting curriculum from our course catalog, and by scheduling a conversation with our admissions team.