The FAA Air Traffic Collegiate Training Initiative (AT-CTI) Program is designed to establish partnerships with higher educational institutions to broaden the employment opportunities in the aviation industry, including air traffic controllers. AT-CTI graduates are not guaranteed jobs as air traffic controllers, although the FAA considers AT-CTI graduates a valuable hiring source for air traffic control specialist (ATCS) positions.
Each school submits degrees to be part of the program. Currently the 36 institutions offer 15 different Associates, 37 Bachelors, and 3 Masters degree programs. ~ FAA
StuckMic has compiled the list of the 36 AT-CTI Schools approved by the FAA for our members to review. If you have attended one of the 36 approved schools listed, please take a few minutes to review that school and share your your experience.