What can you do with a degree from one of these court reporting schools in Florida? You can, of course, work in a courtroom or law office as a stenographer. You could also freelance in the same field. However, many graduates of court reporting schools choose to specialize in other areas, such as typing real-time TV captions, recording business meetings, or assisting the deaf community by means of Communication Access Real-time Translation (CART). There are three forms of court reporting currently taught: voice writing, electronic court reporting, and using the stenotype machine. Each of these offers various levels of certification by its unique professional association. Coursework will depend on which technology is taught. Classes would include operating the machine in question, keyboarding, English vocabulary, spelling and grammar, court reporting procedures, transcript preparation, and terminology.
- Paralegal Studies (AS)
- Legal Assisting/Paralegal
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- Associate of Arts in Paralegal Studies