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Program: 10-170-1

  • Associate Degree
  • 6 Terms
  • 61 Credits
  • Financial Aid Eligible
  • Starts August

Earn a degree with 100% job placement

You’ve seen high-profile trials with a person keying the testimony into a steno-graph machine or read the scrolling captions for the hearing-impaired on your TV screen. The person recording the spoken words at speeds ranging from 180 to 225 words a minute is a court reporter. If you’re an excellent listener, have strong language and communications skills, and are committed to accuracy and confidentiality, a career in court reporting may be a perfect fit for you.

Lakeshore Technical College shares this program with Fox Valley Technical College and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College students and also offers an opportunity for students to complete the program at the Lakeland University-Milwaukee campus. Classes are scheduled efficiently and to reduce student travel using the iFlex instructional mode (see description). The schedule has a mix of in-person class days and online instruction. For fall 2020, students can attend class at any of these sites via videoconferencing with iFlex scheduling (see Flexible learning tab.)

This program is also available 100% online within the iFlex instructional mode. Students are able to attend classes from home. NOTE: A minimum internet connection speed of 3 Mbps download and 1 Mbps upload is required. The computer must use Windows 7 or newer operating system.

Additional Information

LTC's Court Reporting Program is approved by the National Court Reporters Association

LTC has also partnered with Project Steno. For more information, visit their website http://projectsteno.org/  

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NOTE: To see the order of courses you will take for this program, please view the Program Sheet.

 

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This rigorous program offers classes during the day, Monday through Thursday. 

Students are able to attend classes from home or, if attending from home is not a possibility, they can schedule a room at their local technical college, library or somewhere in their own community. NOTE: A minimum internet connection speed of 3 Mbps download and 1 Mbps upload is required. The computer must use Windows 7 or newer operating system.

Designed to fit your life schedule, iFlex scheduling provides flexibility to attend courses through a blend of online and face-to-face, totally online, or flexing between these two modes on a weekly basis. Classes are not self-paced and have weekly deadlines. Students will have identical learning components (assessments and lecture materials, whether sitting in the classroom, attending synchronously through videoconferencing, or learning online).

This iFlex program is scheduled efficiently and reduces student travel to campus, with a mix of in-person class days and online instruction

This program is available 100% online within the iFlex instructional mode.

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Salary data is derived from surveys collected by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and mapped to LTC programs using economic modeling software. As with any survey data, the wages presented here are prone to error and sampling bias. Educational decisions should not be entirely based on the data presented here. The wage data presented here is the median annual salary in the LTC District as reported by EMSI (Economic Modeling Specialists Intl.) Some people beginning work at jobs in these fields may find a higher or lower starting wage that what is reported here.