Online Stenography Program
Our Online Court Reporting Program closely mirrors the Nighttime Resident Program. Course numbers and descriptions are the same. The Online Program requires five hours in a virtual classroom each week between 5:30pm and 10:30pm. Schedules vary by semester.
Approximate program length is 48 months, based on self-paced student average. This program will provide the students with the skills necessary to pursue a career path including as an official court reporter, a freelance reporter or a steno interpreter. Upon completion of this program, the student will receive his or her certification.
Program Outline (mirrors the nighttime resident program)
Requirements for Admission into the Online Court Reporting Program
- You must live more than 50 miles from the nearest Stenotype Institute Campus* (see: Locations)
- You must meet with an admissions representative via phone conference prior to acceptance
- You must have access to high-speed internet
- You must contact your high school or institution where you obtained your GED and request that an official, unopened transcript be mailed to us
*Students within a 50 mile radius with an extenuating circumstance which may qualify them for the online program (such as a disability, extreme work schedule, etc.) may apply online and discuss their circumstance with an admissions representative during the phone interview.
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