Three-Year Direct-Entry Midwifery
IIHCP offers a Three-Year Direct Entry Midwifery program as an Associate of Science. The Midwifery Program provides an education with a foundation in health science theory and clinical preparation in primary health care for women and newborns. This program prepares the student for entry-level practice as a direct-entry midwife, and meets the educational requirements for applying to take the North American Registry of Midwives (NARM) exam. Some states may require additional clinical experience or a higher degree.
The program has being designed to be completed in three years. Graduation requirements include successfully passing the NARM exam.
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