The Master of Science in Nursing with a Nurse-Midwife (NMW)* clinical specialty prepares advanced practice nurses to care for women and newborns as nurse-midwives. The curriculum combines both broad foundational knowledge and specialty knowledge in primary care, women's health, newborn care and midwifery. Download the Nurse-Midwife Outcomes (PDF) document for learning outcomes, graduation data and certification pass rates.
The MSN with a NMW clinical specialty is a 48-credit-hour, 10-course program of study, including more than 600 hours of clinical experience.
*Please note that there will be an admission moratorium beginning Winter 2020.
Graduate Specialty Coordinator
Course requirements: 48 credits
Master's core courses: 13 credits
|NUR 6510||Health Economics, Policy, and Professional Issues for APNs||3|
|NUR 7015||Research for Evidence-based Nursing I||4|
|NUR 7018||Research for Evidence-based Nursing II||3|
|NUR 7105||Theoretical Foundations for Nursing||3|
|Cognates: 7 credits|
|NUR 7444||Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology Across Lifespan||4|
|NUR 7555||Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice||3|
|Clinical course: 28 credits|
|NUR 7030||Advanced Nursing Assessment||4|
|NUR 7225||Pathophysiology, Clinical Care and Management I||8|
|NUR 7226||Pathophysiology, Clinical Care and Management II||8|
|NUR 7227||Pathophysiology, Clinical Care and Management III||8|
The WSU College of Nursing midwifery program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Midwifery Education (ACME), 8403 Colesville Road, Suite 1550, Silver Spring, MD 20910; 240-485-1802, www.midwife.org/acme.