Northeastern University Is Proud to Partner with Fort Bragg
Fort Bragg is dedicated to supporting soldiers, whether they choose to transition from military to civilian careers or advance their career in the military. Northeastern shares that same commitment, and the two have partnered to deliver a unique experience that enables servicemembers and veterans to achieve their educational and career aspirations. Military students can take advantage of our featured programs right on base at Fort Bragg, and will gain access to powerful experiential and career placement opportunities.
“The educational programs offered at Fort Bragg, infused with experiential learning opportunities, will be a differentiator for soldiers transitioning to civilian careers.”
— Major General Jefforey Smith, Fort Bragg Deputy Commanding General (Retired)
Northeastern offers more than 150 graduate degree, bachelor’s completion, and certificate programs—each aligned with the growing needs of today’s global economy and centered on experiential learning.
“Northeastern understands the value of military experience. That experience, combined with one of our industry-aligned degrees, can really command attention in a highly competitive workforce.”
— Dr. Cheryl Richards, CEO and Regional Dean of Northeastern University–Charlotte
Choose from Six On-Base Programs
Featured graduate programs at Fort Bragg include:
- Master of Arts in Homeland Security
- Master of Science in Leadership
- Master of Science in Project Management
Featured bachelor’s completion programs at Fort Bragg include:
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Health Management
- Bachelor of Science in Management
Courses are taught online and/or in-person at Fort Bragg. Soldiers also gain access to career coaching, mentoring, and professional networking opportunities with the university’s more than 3,000 corporate partners and 230,000 alumni. Northeastern is the only school on-base at Fort Bragg that offers Tuition Assistance Match (our Tuition Assistance Match will pay $250 per semester hour or $167 per quarter hour—up to $4,500 per academic year. Northeastern will match what your branch of service pays, dollar for dollar, up to the cost of attendance).
Click here to request more information about one of our programs.
McAllister Collins, CPT, USA (Ret.)
Assistant Director of Military Admissions
Assistant Director of Military Outreach and Engagement
Fort Bragg Training and Education Center (BTEC)
Wing B, Room #103
Check out how to fund your education, read about our Center for the Advancement of Veterans and Servicemembers (CAVS), and see if we have any upcoming events you can attend in the Fort Bragg area.