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Judicial Reporting - Clark State Community College

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Program Format: Campus Program Level: Associate

Judicial Reporting from Clark State Community College is a Campus Associate Law degree that prepares you for a Legal career. Clark State students learn to write realtime using a computerized machine and to prepare transcripts using computer-aided transcription (CAT) software. Students' writing skills are perfected by utilizing a mock computer-integrated courtroom (CIC). All Realtime Reporting students are required to purchase a computerized writer and a laptop computer. The program schedule that follows is designed for full-time students who have completed all prerequisites and who have no college preparatory recommendations. Many individuals, especially part-time students and those taking college preparatory courses, will require additional quarters of study. Students should consult their academic advisor for help in planning their schedules. Students will follow the curriculum of the Realtime Reporting program through the first year before deciding whether they will select Judicial Reporting or Broadcast Captioning/CART as their career goal. All Realtime Reporting students may also elect to follow both tracks, graduating with a degree in both options. Learning Outcomes Upon completion of an Associate of Applied Business degree in Judicial Reporting, a graduate will be able to: Write a realtime translation theory. Read aloud from shorthand notes quickly and accurately. Demonstrate knowledge of basic hardware care, maintenance, and setup of a realtime system. Demonstrate an understanding and application of law and legal terminology, anatomy and/or medical terminology and current events. Assume the role of the realtime reporter. Apply the NCRA Code of Professional Ethics. Determine and use the appropriate reference sources in transcript production. Write and transcribe testimony at 225 wpm with at least 95 percent accuracy. Write and transcribe jury charge at 200 wpm with at least 95 percent accuracy. Write and transcribe literary at 180 wpm with at least 95 percent accuracy. Perform 80 hours of verified internship and summarize the experience in a written narrative. Prepare a 40-page sellable transcript. View more details on Clark State Community College . Ask your questions and apply online for this program or find other related Law courses.

Clark State Community College details

Clark State Community College address is 570 E Leffel Ln, Springfield, Ohio 45501-0570. You can contact this school by calling (937) 325-0691 or visit the college website at .
This is a 2-year, Public, Associate's--Public Urban-serving Single Campus according to Carnegie Classification. Religion Affiliation is Not applicable and student-to-faculty ratio is 13 to 1. The enrolled student percent that are registered with the office of disability services is 3% or less .
Awards offered by Clark State Community College are as follow: One but less than two years certificate Associate's degree.
With a student population of 4,945 (all undergraduate) and set in a City: Small, Clark State Community College services are: Remedial services Academic/career counseling service Employment services for students Placement services for completers . Campus housing: No.
Tuition for Clark State Community College is $3,123. Type of credit accepted by this institution Dual credit Credit for life experiences Advanced placement (AP) credits . Most part of the informations about this college comes from sources like National Center for Education Statistics

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