I am currently looking at schools to possibly become an air traffic controller. I just toured ERAU in Daytona and was very impressed but from what I have read, it just is not worth the hefty price tag. The other day, I came across a school call Letourneau University. I was wondering if any of you knew of this being a good school or not. From the looks of it, it has top notch facilities. They offer an air traffic management program which is a 4 year degree or they offer a 2 year Air traffic degree. Apparently, the Air Traffic Management degree is better since they teach you the management side of Air Traffic Controlling. Does this hold true? I have a strong interest in aviation. I am not 100% sure if ATC is right for me. I do know I want to be in the aviation field though. What other degrees could you recommend if I find out ATC is not for me? I have heard about Airport management but it seems that that field really limits you on what careers you can have. Is that correct? Do you think that maybe it would be better to get a general business degree and just try to get a job with an airline/airport? I would love to hear your opinions and advice! Thank you!