Northeastern State University at Broken Arrow
Northeastern State University opened its third campus in 2001 in Broken Arrow, and now serves more than 3,500 juniors, seniors, and graduate students. Our beautiful campus has over 60 classrooms, 12 science labs, and 8 computer labs with modern equipment and facilities for teaching and research.
NSU Broken Arrow offers our students a choice from over 30 undergraduate degrees in business and technology, education, liberal arts, science, and health professions. We also offer 18 graduate programs including a Professional MBA, MS in Criminal Justice, MS in Higher Education Leadership, and MEd in Special Education Autism Spectrum Disorders, among many others.
A majority of our Broken Arrow students are in their late 20s and early 30s. To support these working adults, our classes are designed to to be convenient, with many offered in the evenings, online, interactive video, or in a blended formats.
Many of our students come to NSU Broken Arrow with associate's degrees from Tulsa Community College and other 2-year institutions in the region. NSU is proud to partner with these colleges to provide a seamless transfer for students to complete their bachelor's degrees at NSU.
The Tulsa-Broken Arrow metropolitan area has tremendous job opportunities for NSU graduates. The city of Broken Arrow is the third largest city in Oklahoma with a population of over 105,000. It is a vibrant and growing community with an expanding business base of manufacturing, high-tech, and aerospace industries.