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  • Study Type

    Part time available

  • Subject Areas

    Nursing & Health

  • Start Date

    See Course

  • Course Duration

    Standard six semesters part-time. Maximum eight semesters.

  • Course Type

    Other

Course content

Deliver optimum care to both mothers and babies

Sociology, biomedical science, philosophy, psychology and management … all topics you’ll embrace in this inspiring qualification. This course will develop your understanding of complex theories, enable you to challenge established maternity care methods and advance your ability to advocate midwifery as vital to women’s and babies’ health.

Plus with the University’s extensive educational, political and professional partnerships, you’ll advance your practice, research and policy skills and nurture your continued growth as a midwifery practitioner.

Study a Master of Midwifery at UC and you will:

  • increase your theoretical knowledge from a broad range of perspectives, including sociology, feminism, medicine, biomedical sciences, philosophy, psychology, management and information technology
  • develop the ability to discern and, where necessary, challenge established methods in maternity care by applying new (and old) knowledge, skills and attitudes to midwifery work across a variety of settings
  • advance your career in practice, research, policy and education.

Professional Accreditation

None. Students will be registered or eligible for registration as midwives in the ACT.

Course structure

Required - Must pass 3 credit points as follows

Restricted Choice - Must pass 33 credit points as follows

Career opportunities

Opportunities exist for Master of Midwifery graduates across a range of settings including in:

  • private and public health care
  • maternity and neonatal care
  • community health
  • academic and teaching
  • research and policy
  • rural and remote areas
  • international aid organisations

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