LeTourneau University is the first school in Texas approved to offer an Air Traffic Control (ATC) program by the FAA, and the only one offering both two-year and four-year degree options. We were also the first evangelical Christian College/University in the nation with an Air Traffic Control program and again, the only one offering both two-year and four-year degree options.
A career in air traffic control means coordinating the movement of air traffic to assure safety in the skies and minimize flight delays. It also means excellent pay and benefits, if you are interested in a fulfilling challenge and being the voice that pilots hear when being routed across the sky.
LeTourneau University's two-year degree is designed to prepare students to interview with the FAA and enter training at the FAA Academy in Oklahoma City. Our Air Traffic Collegiate Training Initiative (AT-CTI) program is designed to prepare you to fill air traffic control specialist positions in towers and radar centers around the country — And our hands-on preparation, which includes the use of high-tech radar and tower simulators, will help you get there.
To learn more about specific course requirements, view the course catalog.
This two year program of study will guide you through our Air Traffic Collegiate Training Initiative (AT-CTI) program. As a graduate of the AT-CTI program you will be eligible to apply for employment with the FAA and bypass the Air Traffic Basics Course, which is the first five weeks of qualifications training at the FAA Academy in Oklahoma city. (FAA.gov)
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