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Career Expectations

Wondering what you will do after CCBC? Here are some ideas.

  • Aerospace Management
    Students have found employment in various areas of the aerospace industry, including airport management, air carrier operations, commuter airlines, corporate aviation, aviation-related government agencies, and fixed-based operations.

  • Air Traffic Control
    Students seeking an Associate Degree in Air Traffic Control may participate in the FAA/CCBC Collegiate Training Initiative (CTI) program and look forward to a career as an ATC specialist with the FAA. Graduates may also be qualified for employment as an ATC specialist with private industry or the military services.

    Salary Range: $38,000-$117,000 annually

  • Air Traffic Control Enroute
    Graduates can look forward to careers as air traffic control specialists with the federal government.

  • Professional Pilot
    CCBC Aviation has been nationally recognized since 1969 for its outstanding two-year pilot training program. We have graduates flying for major, regional and commuter airlines, corporations, flight schools, and the military. Professional pilot salaries for major airlines average between $90,000-$150,000 annually.
     

Pursue a Bachelor's Degree

Students can continue their studies at the following four-year colleges and universities through CCBC's articulation and written transfer agreements:

  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Geneva College
  • Florida Institute of Technology
  • Middle Tennessee State
  • Robert Morris University
  • Dowling College
  • Wilmington College
  • University of Louisiana at Monroe
  • University of Nebraska at Omaha
  • Slippery Rock University
  • Mountain State University