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Online Masters Degrees in Midwifery

Midwifery degrees ready students for working in hospitals, clinical care facilities, and in private practice.

Why earn a Master’s degree in midwifery?

A Master’s program prepares registered nurses to deliver babies independently, as well as provide mothers in prenatal, delivery, and post-delivery care.

Despite having the world’s most advanced medical technologies, the US has higher infant mortality rates than many countries that rely primarily on the midwife model.

A Masters in this field is generally designed for RN’s with a Bachelor’s degree in nursing who are interested in working as midwives in hospitals, clinical care facilities, and private practice.

Why earn a Master’s degree in midwifery?

A Master’s program prepares registered nurses to deliver babies independently, as well as provide mothers in prenatal, delivery, and post-delivery care.

Despite having the world’s most advanced medical technologies, the US has higher infant mortality rates than many countries that rely primarily on the midwife model.

A Masters in this field is generally designed for RN’s with a Bachelor’s degree in nursing who are interested in working as midwives in hospitals, clinical care facilities, and private practice.