Air Traffic Control
The Air Traffic Control (ATC) minor provides the fundamental traffic controller knowledge and technical competency through a mix of classroom instruction, computer-based instruction, and realistic ATC laboratory simulations.
Embry-Riddle has a formal partnership agreement with the FAA that designates the University as an FAA-approved air traffic control training school. This partnership ensures that the learning objectives and the standards of student achievement are relevant to the needs of the FAA.
To earn a minor in Air Traffic Control, students must successfully complete the following:
|AT 200||Air Traffic Basics I||3|
|AT 305||Introduction to Terminal Radar Operations||3|
|AT 401||Advanced Terminal Radar Operations (*)||3|
|AT 405||En route Radar Operations (*)||3|
|WX 201||Survey of Meteorology||3|
|Select one of the following:||1-5|
|Principles of Aeronautical Science|
|Private Pilot Operations|
FAA Private Pilot Certificate
Pre-requisite of AT 302 or Instrument rating.
Note: This minor is not open to students pursuing a degree in Air Traffic Management