Bachelor of Science in Midwifery 

Academic Requirements

Prerequisite: High School Graduation or Equivalent, Midwifery Certification or Licensure equivalent to 67.75 credits

*Prerequisite college-level courses to be completed at another accredited college or university.  These may be completed concurrently with NCM coursework (see NCM policy on accepting transfer credits in the NCM Handbook/Catalog).

 

Area I: Communications

  • *College Composition (4.0 credits)

  • ENG202G Bus. & Prof. Communications (3.0 credits)

  • ENG404 Writing & Presenting on Midwifery Projects (4.0 credits)

 

Area II: Mathematics  

  • *College-Level Math (3.0 credits)

  • HON211G Statistics (3.0 credits)

 

Area III: Laboratory Science   

  • BIO120 Fetal Development (1.0 credits)

  • BIO155G Anatomy and Physiology (4.0 credits)

  • HON205G Applied Microbiology (3.0 credits)

  • SOC102 Genetic Screening (1.0 credits)

  • HON393G Community Health (3.0 credits)

  • *Chemistry (CA only) (3.0 credits)

 

Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences  

  • HON223G Human Sexuality (3.0 credits)

  • PSY224 Communication & Counseling (1.0 credits)

  • *Child Growth & Development (CA only) (1.0 credits)

  • HON225G Midwifery Ethics (2.0 credits)

  • HON390G Laws/Regulations (3.0 credits)

  • HON450 Applied Topics in Midwifery Practice: DevPolicy&Procedures (4.0 credits)

 

Area V: Humanities & Fine Arts

  • HON220G Midwifery Literature & Art (3.0 credits)

  • HON222G History of Midwifery (3.0 credits)

 

Area VI: Midwifery

  • MW400 Midwifery Research Methods (4.0 credits)

  • MW460 Evidence-Based Practice in Midwifery Care (4.0 credits)

  • MW480 Chart Review: 1 Additional clinical year past licensing or certification to include 10 births mentored by preceptor (24.0 credits)

 

Total Credits: 147.75

Total Credits California students: 151.75

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