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Associate of Occupational Studies in Court Reporting

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The focus of the Court Reporting Institute of St. Louis is to prepare students to become Certified Court Reporters by developing their machine shorthand speed to 225 words a minute and typing speed to 50 net wpm.  The Court Reporting Institute of St. Louis provides the tools to build a solid foundation in English grammar and punctuation, legal and medical terminologies, anatomy, psychology, speech, courtroom and deposition procedures, and transcription via computer. A graduate of the St. Louis court reporting program may seek employment as an official court reporter, stenographer, freelance or deposition reporter, or as a captioner.

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Associate of Occupational Studies Course List

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Arrow CR122 Theory 1A
Arrow CR124 Theory 1B
Arrow CR126 Advanced Theory
Arrow CR222 Advanced Theory
Arrow CR310 Court Reporting English
Arrow CR322 Speedbuilding
Arrow CR342 Reporting Technology I
Arrow CR344 Reporting Technology II
Arrow CR410 Reporting Procedures
Arrow CR422 Speedbuilding
Arrow GE112 English Composition I
Arrow GE113 Medical Terminology
Arrow GE202 Principles of Speech
Arrow GE204 Law & Legal Terminology
Arrow GE212 English Composition II
Arrow GE302 Physiology & Anatomy
Arrow GE304 General Psychology
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