MSN – Nurse Midwifery Programs

Midwifery is a practice that goes back to ancient times. Midwives are the traditional care providers for mothers and infants. A certified nurse midwife is a trained professional with expertise and skills in supporting women to maintain healthy pregnancies.

Nurse-midwives must have at least a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and be certified by the American College of Nurse Midwives. An MSN in Nurse Midwifery qualifies RNs for advanced roles in clinical practice, nursing leadership, or education. This degree program incorporates both clinical practice and nursing theory in order to best support women during their pregnancies.

An MSN in Nurse Midwifery degree takes about two years to complete, and are intended to prepare students to be certified nurse midwives. The program in this list is offered in a hybrid format, with flexible scheduling, allowing you to work towards your degree on your timetable.

Georgetown University

Georgetown University – Accredited By MSCHE

MSN in Nurse-Midwifery and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner: “The Nurse-Midwifery/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner program is designed to prepare registered nurses to manage a woman’s normal obstetrical and gynecological needs during the childbearing years, manage the care of the normal newborn, and provide primary care to women throughout the life span. Using a unique blend of highly interactive online class sessions, social connections between peers and faculty, and real-world clinical experiences based on each student’s specialty and location, our program engages students and faculty in a personalized learning environment. The program emphasizes becoming an agent of change at the forefront of women’s health care.” Click Here to request information about this program.