Bachelor of Midwifery
Designed by midwives for midwives, the Bachelor of Midwifery degree from Ibn Sina College is a four-year degree program that will provide students with the knowledge, skills and abilities to provide safe, competent, culturally appropriate and ethical care to women and their families.
The Bachelor of Midwifery Program offers an approach to midwifery practice that takes a holistic approach to wellness.
Graduates of the program are prepared to work as midwives in a variety of settings such as hospitals, primary health care centers, homes or birth centers.
Graduates of the program are fully competent to manage emergencies that may arise during labor and birth, functioning both independently as a primary health care provider and in collaboration with other health care professionals to provide the best possible care to women and their babies.
Selection to this program is highly competitive ,Students must have completed 12 th grade either scientific or literary branches The selection process consists of two stages. Stage One is the fulfillment of the entry exam requirements. Applicants will then be assessed on these criteria and then will be invited to Stage Two for an interview. Successful applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by newspaper.
How Courses are Offered
Our program is structured as a full-time program. This means that students attend full-time, and must complete the curriculum in the order it appears. The material covered in each semester builds on the one before.
The Direct-Entry Midwifery Program is set up as a four year program, with three semesters per year, graduates should complete 141 credit hours in addition pass the comprehensive exam.
Students will take 6-18 credits per semester, as dictated by the curriculum. Academic and clinical experiences are obtained concurrently, with the bulk of academic material front-loaded in the program, and the greatest clinical experience occurring at the end of the semester.
Our graduates are employable nationally.