Air Traffic Control is one of the highly specialized fields of Aviation Science and there are very few academic institutions in the world that offer specialized courses in Air Traffic Control and Air Traffic Control Management. Some of these institutions are Texas State Technical College; Cecil College; Lewis University; Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; Thomas Edison State College; Palo Alto College; Hampton University; Green River Community College; Middle Georgia College; University of Alaska Anchorage; Aims Community College and Hinds Community College ( all located in the USA). Air Traffic Control courses, (conducted as full time on-campus study programmes for international students), offered by these institutions are in great demand worldwide.
Major Associate’s Degrees offered by these US institutions are Associate of Applied Science in Air Traffic Control and Associate Degree in Air Traffic Control Management. Cost of education is approximately US $220 per credit and course duration ranges from one year to three years
Important Bachelor Degrees available are Bachelor of Science in Air Traffic Control and Bachelor of Science in Air Traffic Control Management. Tuition fee is about US $720 per credit and course duration is over three years
Master Degrees conducted at these universities are Master of Science in Air Traffic Control and Master of Science in Air Traffic Control Management. Course duration ranges from one to two years.
Colleges that are famous for the course, Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Air Traffic Control are Palo Alto College; Texas State Technical College – Waco and Cecil College while Lewis University is popular for its Associate Degree in Air Traffic Control Management and Bachelor of Science in Air Traffic Control Management.
Thomas Edison State College offers a course, BSAST in Air Traffic Control while Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Daytona Beach) is well known for Air Traffic management courses such as Bachelor of Science in Air Traffic Management and Master of Science in Air Traffic Management