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            Why Brown?

            We’re proud to offer our students the best available training in court reporting. Here are a few reasons why.

            Why study at Brown?
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            Brown College is currently the only National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) certified court reporting program in the state of Georgia.
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            Flexible full-time and part-time schedule offered day, evening, and online.
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            Explore our stenography and voice writing programs to decide which method is the best fit for you.
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            Our rigorous program is taught by some of the leading faculty in the industry, many with court reporting experience.
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            Our local and national reputation for excellence is one of the many reasons 98 percent of our graduates are employed in their field of study.
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            Our average class size ranges from 8 to 12 students, which means you build strong relationships with our faculty and your fellow students.
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            Career services are available for our graduates.
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            Court reporters enjoy high earning potential.
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            Brown College is a member of Alpha Beta Kappa National Honor Society.
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            The campus is centrally located in Midtown.
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            Brown College is a member of the Better Business Bureau.