The Court Reporting Institute is proud to offer our students the opportunity to achieve their Associate of Occupational Studies degree in Court Reporting 100% online! The online court reporting program is designed to mirror the on-ground program. Instruction in the online program involves a combination of real-time and self-paced learning activities conducted over the Internet.
All of the online classes will be delivered and conducted in a suitable online delivery platform. Students interested in online education should have a high degree of self-discipline, be committed to a significant amount of coursework on a weekly basis and possess good computer, keyboarding and writing skills. Students in the online full-time court reporting program are expected to be “in-class” working in their online course sites for a minimum of 26 hours per week and students in the online part-time court reporting program are expected to be “in-class” working in their online course sites for a minimum of 15 1/2 hours per week. Individual class schedules may vary.
The Court Reporting Institute of St. Louis is not regulated in Texas under Chapter 132 of the Texas Education Code.”