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Faculty of Nursing & Health Sciences

Midwifery Program

Message from the Dean/Chair

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences

I am very proud to be the dean of a school dedicated and devoted to improve the health status of the Palestinians through its distinguished graduates.

We have educated students within a comprehensive education program. Our outstanding graduates can be found in different settings in the community, health, social and academic organizations, in local and international organizations, and since our establishment, we have earned a reputation for excellent academic performance and clinical skills.

Our faculty is very distinguished in their commitment to the health care professions. This is reflected in their way of teaching and in preparing excellent health care providers. The faculty also serves as a role model for others in health care, who value the human being as one with bio-psycho-social and spiritual needs.

If there is a small piece of advice I would give to the health professionals in Palestine, I would say, “work in unity and increase your knowledge, always remembering that knowledge is power." Always work for the common good of the profession regardless of religion or social class, to improve people's lives and help to alleviate the suffering of the people and prevention of injuries and overcome the impact of the disease or help them to die in peace and dignity.”

Department Members

Ms. Mariam Awad, Dean

Ms. Francoise Daoud, Program Coordinator

Ms. Etaf Maqboul

Ms. Amal Abu Nijmeh

Ms. Hanan Hazboun

Ms. Salam Al-Essa

Mr. Naji Abu Ali

Program Description

Midwifery is the art and science which provides holistic care to child bearing women, babies and their families from preconception until the end of child bearing period and even throughout the life stage of women’s life”, (Palestinian Council of Health, 1998).This program is designed to meet the need of the Palestinian community through preparing independent qualified professional midwives. It is made of 131 credit hours and is designed to enable the midwife to fulfill the wide, and varied scope of practice, and to graduate students who can achieve the competency level which facilitates them to be skillful, and autonomous professionals.

Programs Offered

Faculty of Nursing & Health Sciences

Program Learning Outcomes

At the end of the program students will be able to achieve the essential competencies for basic midwifery practice. The following are the national unified intended learning outcomes for Baccalaureate of Science in Midwifery Programs

  1. Act within an ethical, legal and regulatory framework governing reproductive health for women of all ages, including laws, policies, protocols and professional guidelines
  2. Behave in a courteous, non-judgmental, non-discriminatory, and culturally appropriate manner with all clients
  3. Commit to human rights and recognize their effects on health of individuals (including women and child rights)
  4. Work in partnership with the women, men and their families and support them in making informed health choices.
  5. Understand principles of epidemiology emphasizing women and neonatal issues.
  6. Assess the needs of communities and promote changes in health care delivery that are responsive to the needs of specific populations, including the underserved and marginalized.
  7. Recognize social determinants of health.
  8. Develop an expertise in reflection, in order to promote higher levels of self-awareness in assessing personal and professional growth and development.
  9. Be responsible and accountable to clinical decisions and actions
  10. Use appropriate communication and listening skills across all domains of competency
  11. Explain principles of research, evidenced-based practice, critical interpretation of professional literature, and the interpretation of vital statistics and research findings
  12. Be familiar with national and local health services and infrastructures supporting the continuum of care (organization and referral systems).
  13. Assume leadership, administrative, and management tasks and activities, including quality and human resource management, appropriate for level of health facility and midwifery scope of practice.
  14. Work collaboratively (teamwork) with other health workers and other disciplines to improve the delivery of services to women, newborns and families
  15. Provide emergency care for women and newborns as appropriate
  16. Provide individualized pre conception care to obtain a healthy pregnancy .
  17. Perform complete health assessment for individuals including women and newborns.
  18. Provide counseling, care, support, and referral for individuals with STI and/or HIV.
  19. Provide primary health care, locally and culturally acceptable methods of family planning,  
  20. Provide primary health care, gynecologic care, to essentially healthy women from adolescence until post-menopause.
  21. Manage normal pregnancy to maximize women’s health.
  22. Detect and refer any woman with complications related to pregnancy that can affect her health or fetus health.
  23. Manage the care of essentially healthy women and newborns during labor and birth, to maintain safe delivery and manage emergencies as appropriate.
  24. Monitor and manage the physical and psychological care of women during the postpartum period.
  25. Facilitate the newborns integration into the family, and provide anticipatory guidance related to infant care.
  26. Provide basic care for newborn infant and young child including surveillance and preventive care.
  27. Perform and provide individualized assessment and care of women having abortion.

Criteria of Acceptance to Major

Students are expected to be accepted to a Major when they have earned 40 credits, usually after their third semester.  The following criteria are used by the Department Committee to identify students who qualify for Acceptance to Major:

  1. Minimum overall cumulative GPA of 1.90
  2. Minimum major cumulative GPA of 2.00
  3. A. Completion of ENGL 120 and ENGL 121

B. For students admitted in or after Fall 2016: Completion of at least 6 credit hours in English Language courses including English Remedial Courses (New Intensive English)

  1. Completion of at least 3 courses (9 credits) in the Major

 

Special Criteria

  1. Failure to obtain a C in any of the Major courses means repeating the course.
  2. Students should pass a comprehensive exam at the end of the program. Degree Requirements

 

To receive a Baccalaureate degree from Bethlehem University a student must complete:

  • The University requirements as listed  below
  • The Major requirements as listed below with a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.00.
  • The Faculty requirements as listed below
  • A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 computed on all grades earned at Bethlehem University. Transfer credits are not included.
  • Minimum total credit hours for degree (131 Credits)

 

 

Number of credits

Major requirements

81

University requirements

30

Faculty/Program requirements

20

Total number of credits

131

List of Major Required Courses

Course code

Course Title

Number of credits

MDWF 011

Practicum: Basic Nursing

2

MDWF 012

Practicum: Adult Health

1

MDWF 013

Practicum: Adv. Adult Health

1

MDWF 014

Practicum: Pediatrics

1

MDWF 015

Practicum: Neonatology

1

MDWF 016

Practicum: Antenatal

1

MDWF 017

Practicum: Comm. Health

1

MDWF 018

Practicum: Labor

2

MDWF 019

Practicum: Postnatal

1

MDWF 020

Practicum: Gynecology

1

MDWF 021

Adv. Prac: Labor & Delivery

3

MDWF 022

Adv. Prac: Antenatal

1

MDWF 023

Adv. Prac: Postnatal

1

MDWF 024

Practicum: Management

1

MDWF 111

Basic Anatomy & Physiology

3

MDWF 112

Introduction to Midwifery

3

MDWF 121

Basic Nursing

4

MDWF 123

Pharmacology

3

MDWF 211

Adult Health

4

MDWF 212

Advance Adult Health

2

MDWF 213

Patho-physiology

2

MDWF 214

Heath Promotion

2

MDWF 221

Applied Anatomy & Physiology

3

MDWF 222

Pediatrics

3

MDWF 223

Neonatology

2

MDWF 311

Women’s Health-Antenatal

4

MDWF 312

Community Health

4

MDWF 313

Genetics

1

MDWF 314

Preceptorship

2

MDWF 321

Woman’s Health-Labor

4

MDWF 322

Obstetric Emergency

2

MDWF 323

Mid. Ethics & Profess. Issues

2

MDWF 389

Midwifery Seminar

1

MDWF 411

Woman’s Health-Postnatal

3

MDWF 412

Gynecology

2

MDWF 413

Mental Health

3

MDWF 414

Research

2

MDWF 421

Midwifery Management

2

 

List of University Required Courses

Course code

Course Title

Number of credits

ENGL 120

English Language Skills I

3

ENGL 121

English Language Skills II

3

ENGL 213

English Language Skills III

3

RELS  300

Cultural Religious Studies

3

HIST 120

History of Modern Palestine

3

ARTS  101

Introduction to Mathematic Fine Arts

2

ARAB  120

Arabic Language Skills I

3

ARAB 121

Arabic Language Skills II

3

POLS  300

Political Science

3

ECON 300

Economics

3

PSED  101

Physical Education

1

LIBR 101

Introduction to Library

0

 

List of Faculty Required Courses

Course code

Course Title

Number of credits

BIOL 253

Nutrition

3

BIOL 254

Microbiology

3

SOCI 231

Sociology of the Family

3

CAIS 252

Intro. to data Processing

2

MATH 352

Statistics

3

PSYC 131

Intro. to psychology

3

PSYC 231

Growth & Develop.

3

 

Paradigm for Regular Students

First Year

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

MDWF 111

3

MDWF 112

 3

ARAB 120

3

ENGL 120

3

 PSED 101

1

CAIS 252

2

 

 

Total

15

 MDWF 121

4

 MDWF 123

3

MDWF 213

2

 MDWF 001

0

 ARAB 121

3

PSYC 131

3

 LIBR 101

0

Total

15

 

Summer

MDWF 011

2

 ENGL 121

3

Total

5

 

 

Second Year

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

MDWF 012

1

MDWF 211

4

MDWF 214

2

MDWF 221

3

 BIOL 253

3

 PSYC 231

3

 

 

 

 

Total

16

MDWF 014

1

MDWF 016

1

MDWF 222

3

MDWF 311

4

MDWF 313

1

BIOL 254

3

BIOL 008

R

SOCI 231

3

Total

16

 

Third Year

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

MDWF 015

1

MDWF 018

2

MDWF 223

2

MDWF 321

4

MDWF 323

2

HIST 120

3

ENGL 213

3

Total

17

MDWF 013

1

MDWF 017

1

MDWF 212

2

MDWF 312

4

MDWF 322

2

ECON 300

3

MATH 352

3

Total

16

 

Fourth Year

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

MDFW 019

1

MDWF 020

1

MDWF 314

2

MDWF 411

3

MDWF 412

2

MDWF 413

3

MDWF 414

2

POLS 300

3

Total

17

MDWF 021

3

MDFW 022

1

MDWF 023

1

MDWF 024

1

MDWF 389

1

MDWF 421

2

RELS 300

3

ARTS 101

2

Total

14

Paradigm for Remedial English Students

First Year

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

ENGR 102

2

MDWF 111

3

MDWF 112

3

CAIS 252

2

ARAB 120

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

13

MDWF 121

4

MDWF 123

3

MDWF 213

2

MDWF 001

0

PSYC 131

3

ENGL 120

3

LIBR 101

0

 

 

Total

15

 

Summer

MDWF 011

2

ENGL 121

3

Total

5

 

 

Second Year

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

MDWF 012

1

MDWF 211

4

MDWF 214

2

MDWF 221

3

BIOL 253

3

PSYC 231

3

PSED 101

1

 

 

Total

17

MDWF 014

1

MDWF 016

1

MDWF 222

3

MDWF 311

4

MDWF 313

1

BIOL 254

3

BIOL 008

R

SOCI 231

3

Total

16

 

Summer

 ARAB 121

3

Total

3

 

 

Third Year

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

MDWF 015

1

MDWF 018

2

MDWF 223

2

MDWF 321

4

MDWF 323

2

HIST 120

3

ENGL 213

3

Total

17

MDWF 013

1

MDWF 017

1

MDWF 212

2

MDWF 312

4

MDWF 322

2

ECON 300

3

MATH 352

3

Total

16

 

Fourth Year

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

MDFW 019

1

MDWF 020

1

MDWF 314

2

MDWF 411

3

MDWF 412

2

MDWF 413

3

MDWF 414

2

POLS 300

3

Total

17

MDWF 021

3

MDFW 022

1

MDWF 023

1

MDWF 024

1

MDWF 389

1

MDWF 421

2

RELS 300

3

ARTS 101

2

Total

14

 

Course Description

MDWF 011 Practicum:  Basic Nursing  (Cr. 2)    

This course is designed to prepare student midwives with basic Nursing skills that are needed during their work in addition to practicing their ability in applying nursing processes.

 

MDWF 012 Practicum:  Adult Health   (Cr.1)                                                           

This course enables students to apply theory into practice and to improve their ability to deal with different cases, acute and chronic, in both medical and surgical units.

Prerequisite: MDWF 011

 

MDWF 013 Practicum: Advanced Adult Health  (Cr.1)

This course enables students to apply theory into practice.  It improves their ability to deal with critical cases and to work in critical care units as well as provide life support and appropriate help in a variety of emergency situations.

Prerequisite: MDWF 012

 

MDWF 014 Practicum: Pediatrics  (Cr.1)

This course gives the opportunity for students to apply the theory presented in MDWF 222, which facilitates the students to deal with this age group and to be aware of problems faced by a woman in her childbearing period.

Prerequisite: MDWF 012

 

MDWF 015 Practicum:  Neonatology (Cr.1)

This course provides the opportunity for students to differentiate between the healthy and the unhealthy neonate and working with high risk neonates by spending a period of time in normal nurseries as well as neonatal intensive care units.

 

MDWF 016 Practicum:  Antenatal  (Cr. 1)

This course offers students the opportunity to apply theory and skills previously studied.  Emphasis is placed on management offers to pregnant mothers during antenatal period, following up the progress of pregnancy during this period and the ability to diagnose and manage high risk cases.  Students practice their role as health educator by arranging for ante-natal classes.

Prerequisite: MDWF 012

 

MDWF 017 Practicum: Community Health  (Cr. 1)

This course gives the opportunity to apply theories learned independently.  It facilitates students to gain skills at different community institutions that concern with women's health.  Students practice their role as counselor for women and deal with certain psychological problems, in addition to broadening their experience in practicing their role as community midwives.

 

MDWF 018 Practicum: Labor (Cr. 2)

This course offers the opportunity for students to apply the theory learned, and to manage normal child birth as well as complicated ones.

Prerequisite: MDWF 016

 

 

MDWF 019, 020 Practicum: Post Natal & Gynecology (Cr. 1,1)

These courses provide the opportunity for students to practice their role as care giver, educator and councilor at postpartum units as well as giving them the opportunity to practice their role at the gynecological units.

Prerequisite: MDWF 018

 

MDWF 021, 022, 023 Advanced Practicum: Labor and Delivery, Antenatal & Postnatal (Cr. 3, 1, 1)     

These courses provide the opportunity for students to reach the competency level through practicing independently.  Facilitate them to use clinical judgment and decision making when providing care for low risk mothers before taking action in high risk situations. Students are given the opportunities to offer holistic care for women during their child bearing journey (Antenatal, Child birth and Postnatal) throughout pregnancy, labor and post-natal.

Prerequisite:  MDWF 016, MDWF 018, MDWF 019, MDWF 020

 

MDWF 024 Practicum: Management  (Cr.1)    

This course gives students the opportunity to apply the presented theory into practice as well as to facilitate them to practice their role as managers and supervisors.

 

MDWF 111 Basic Anatomy and Physiology (Cr. 3, 3)

This course is designed to provide the midwifery students with knowledge about human anatomy and physiology. It introduces students to the human body systems which include skeletal, muscular, neurosensory, respiratory, cardiovascular, digestive, and hepatobiliary. Emphasis is on detailed anatomy and functional physiology.

 

MDWF 112 Introduction to Midwifery  (Cr. 3) 

This course aims to provide students with a cultural and historical context for midwifery practice and provide them with various health, nursing and midwifery concepts.  It stressed on the need of women within Palestinian society to explore the scope of midwifery practice as well as to introduce students to midwifery terminology.

 

MDWF 121 Basic Nursing  (Cr. 4)

This course provides concepts basic to the practice of clinical nursing with emphasis on basic principles and techniques that the midwife needs in her practice and emphasizes the acquisition of knowledge and skills required in the delivery of quality nursing care for clients in hospitals, homes and in the community.  In addition emphasis is placed on the nursing process as a frame of reference in meeting human needs and the delivery of health care in a variety of settings.

Prerequisite:  MDWF 112

 

MDWF 123 Pharmacology (Cr. 3)                                                                          

This course is designed to give general information about medicine including generic and trade names for common drugs in use.  Emphasis is on issues surrounding the prescription, administration, action, interaction, doses, uses, side effect and contraindication of medication use.

 

MDWF 211 Adult Nursing  (Cr. 4)

This is a comprehensive course that is designed to provide students with the knowledge of various medical and surgical health-related diseases.  Special consideration is placed upon the introduction of medical and surgical health and illness concepts by the utilization of the nursing process module.  It also focuses on the care, counseling and education of adults affected by acute and chronic alterations in their physical health.  It provides nursing practice opportunities in health promotion, restoration and support of adults in acute care.  Furthermore, emphasis is placed on the psychological, patho-physiological and socio-spiritual needs and problems of patients.

Prerequisite: MDWF 121

 

MDWF 212 Advanced Adult Health (Cr. 2)

This course introduces students to critical care nursing concepts by the utilization of the nursing process. It focuses on proper and timely nursing assessment in order to implement effective nursing interventions for critically ill patients and to prevent additional injury. It also provides nursing practice opportunities in health promotion, restoration and support for patients in critical care units. Furthermore, emphasis is placed on the psychological, patho-physiological and socio-spiritual needs and problems of critically ill patients and their families.

Prerequisite: MDWF 211

 

MDWF 213 Patho-physiology (Cr. 2)This course builds on student's knowledge of physiology so that the development of patho-physiological symptoms is recognized promptly and incorporate the development of decision-making and diagnostic skills as well as the utilization of support and preventive measures.

 

MDWF 214 Health Promotion  (Cr. 2)

This course emphasizes on the model and approaches used in health education and promotion philosophies, through reinforcing the positive behaviors where modification is necessary.

 

MDWF 221 Applied Anatomy & Physiology (Cr. 3)     

This course emphasizes male and female reproductive systems.  Related system structures are also examined in detail with more emphasis on the female. Embryology is explored in this course with a focus on fetal development and factors that contribute to fetal malformation and inherited factors. It also encourages midwifery students to explore issues concerning sexuality and sexual health and that sexual development and sexual health are influenced not just by physiological changes but also by psychological factors, cultural and gender issues.

Prerequisite: MDWF 111

 

MDWF 222 Pediatrics  (Cr. 3)

The course helps the students to develop an awareness of the importance of current child and infant health care.  It stress the health problems of the infant and child and the care necessary in restoring health to the child and family. Content is mainly focus on the development and health issues of the infants and children as well as their physical, psychosocial and spiritual needs.

Prerequisite: MDWF 211, PSYC 231

 

MDWF 223 Neonatology (Cr. 2)

This course is structured to provide students with necessary knowledge about the assessment, immediate and continuous care of the newborn.  It also provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify the newborn at risk and to recognize abnormalities and birth traumas on the newborn. It emphasizes factors that place the fetus-newborn at risk.

 

MDWF 311 Women's Health-Antenatal (Cr. 4)

This course emphasizes on the role of the midwife towards women before and during pregnancy, and the care that should be provided for mothers from the initial contact with the client through the onset of labor.  Emphasis is on normal and high risk pregnancy, and on maternal and fetal risk factors that negatively affect the pregnancy outcome. Students are able to differentiate between normal and abnormal pregnancy.  Antenatal preparation is a major concern in this course. 

Prerequisite:  MDWF 221

 

MDWF 312 Community Health (Cr. 4)

This course emphasizes on sexuality and reproductive health and provides students with a broad overview of issues affecting women’s reproductive health throughout their life. Issues that impinge upon or are a direct result of pregnancy are examined.  Issues concerning midwifery practice are a major focus as well as knowledge about pregnancy health as an approach that deal with health and disease. It also emphasizes on women’s health epidemiology and other concepts involved in Public Health that are a major concern of students.

Prerequisite: MDWF 311

 

MDWF 313 Genetics  (Cr. 1)                                                                                                               

This course is designed to give basic understanding of genetics including cell division, modes of inheritance and chromosomal influences on reproduction. It also encourages students to learn methods used in diagnosing fetal genetic abnormalities in addition to appreciating the significance of genetic engineering for midwifery practice.

 

MDWF 314 Preceptorship (Cr. 2)                                                                              

This course is designed to enable students to play an effective role in the clinical area and to participate in the orientation program for newly employed midwives or students.  With advanced technology used in health institutions, particularly in hospitals, as well as the level of intensity required in the client and community care, a structured orientation program is essential for new staff members to help them adjust to the new system.

 

MDWF 321 Women's Health – Labor (Cr. 4)

This course emphasizes the role of the midwife during intrapartum period and the ability to deal with normal child birth as well as to manage abnormal labor and to deal with critical cases. Emphasis is on managing normal child birth independently in various settings such as community clinics, home and hospitals.

Prerequisite: MDWF 311

 

MDWF 322 Obstetric Emergencies  ( Cr. 2)

This course introduces midwifery students to the complexity of midwifery practice and provides them with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide life support and midwifery management to obtain appropriate help in a variety of emergency situations.

Prerequisite: MDWF 321

 

MDWF 323 Midwifery Ethics & Professional Issues  (Cr. 2)

This course prepares students to practice in a manner that upholds ethical principles.  It also covers concepts of informed choices, advocacy and consent matters that are fundamental to midwifery practice.

 

MDWF 389 Midwifery Seminar (Cr. 1)

This course aims to address issues arising out of the students extended practicum and review the issues in the light of current research and deals with current issues in midwifery practice.

 

MDWF 411 Women's Health – Postnatal  (Cr. 3)

This course is designed to provide students with information concerning after birth.  Emphasis is on the ability of midwives to give the necessary supervision, care and advice to women during the postnatal period.  Physiological and psychological changes and adaptation are discussed, issues of self-care and baby care are identified, and emphasis is on complications that affect women during this period and the management of each abnormality. The role of the midwife in following up the women at their homes is also considered a major concern.

Prerequisite: MDWF 321

 

MDWF 412 Gynecology (Cr. 2)                                                                                  

This course aims to provide the students with knowledge on how to provide care, support and to give information to women regarding their overall reproductive health including understanding the normal life cycle of women, causes of, evaluation of and treatment for problems associated with the female reproductive system, breast information, provision of various methods of contraception, issues involved in decision-making regarding unwanted pregnancy and recourse for counseling and referral, issues involving infertility and interpretation of lab results in addition to other gynecological problems.

Prerequisite: MDWF 321

 

MDWF 413 Mental Health (Cr. 3)       

This course introduces midwifery students to major concepts and theories in mental health and their relevance to midwifery practice.  Major emphasis is  placed on developmental psychology and major mental disorders  It  provides explanations of some behaviors, in addition to introducing methods of psychological adjustment for women with a variety of  conditions.

 

MDWF 414 Midwifery Research  (Cr. 2)

This course introduces students to essential concepts upon which midwifery is based, research processes, theories, methodological analysis, and the ability to critique information available internationally and nationally.

 

MDWF 421 Midwifery Management (Cr. 2)

This course introduces students to concepts of human resource management and the ability to utilize the management process. Emphasis is placed on learning their role in effecting and managing change in clinical areas as well as learning styles, theories of management and time management.

 

Paradigm Advising Form

Midwifery Program

 

Student Name: _________________________________________ Student No. ______________

   

 

Advisor: ____________________________     Transfer from: _____________________________

 

 

Major:

Midwifery

 

Minor:

__

Regular/ Intensive:

Regular

 

 

Major/ Minor Code:

MDWF

     

Total Credits Required for Graduation:

131

 

 

Semester

UR/ Major/ Minor/ General Elective

Course   Number

Cr.

Grade or Exempt

Semester

Notes: Off-Paradigm/ Probation/ Honors/ Total Credits Completed/ Change Major or Minor/ Transfer/ Course Replacement/ Other Comments

 

Fall I           

 (15 Credits)

BU Req.

ARAB 120

3

 

 

 

 

BU Req.

ENGL 120

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 111

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 112

3

 

 

 

F. Req.

CAIS 252

2

 

 

 

BU Req.

PSED 101

1

 

 

 

Spring I
(15 Credits)

BU Req.

LIBR 101

0

 

 

 

BU Req.

ARAB 121

3

 

 

 

 

F. Req.

PSYC 131

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 001

0

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 121

4

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 123

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 213

2

 

 

 

Summer I

 (5  Credit)

Major

MDWF 011

2

 

 

 

 

BU Req.

ENGL 121

3

 

 

 

Fall  II
(16 Credits)

F. Req.

BIOL 253

3

 

 

 

 

F. Req.

PSYC 231

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 211

4

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 221

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 012

1

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 214

2

 

 

 

Spring II
(16 Credits)

Major

MDWF 311

4

 

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 016

1

 

 

 

F. Req.

BIOL 254

3

 

 

 

F. Req.

BIOL 008

0

 

 

 

F. Req.

SOCI 231

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 014

1

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 222

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 313

1

 

 

 

Fall III
(17 Credits)

Major

MDWF 321

4

 

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 018

2

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 223

2

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 015

1

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 323

2

 

 

 

BU Req.

ENGL 213

3

 

 

 

BU Req.

HIST 120

3

 

 

 

Spring III
(16 Credits)

F. Req.

MATH 352

3

 

 

 

 

BU Req.

ECON 300

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 013

1

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 212

2

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 322

2

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 017

1

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 312

4

 

 

 

Fall IV    

 (17 Credits)

Major

MDWF 411

3

 

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 412

2

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 019

1

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 020

1

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 413

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 414

2

 

 

 

BU Req.

POLS 300

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 314

2

 

 

 

Spring IV

(14 Credits)

Major

MDWF 021

3

 

 

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 022

1

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 023

1

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 421

2

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 024

1

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 389

1

 

 

 

BU Req.

RELS 300

3

 

 

 

BU Req.

ART 101

2

 

 

 




 

Midwifery Program

Student Name: ____________________________________________ Student No. _______________

 

 

Advisor: ____________________________     Transfer from: ________________________________

 

 

Major:

Midwifery

 

Minor: ___________

Regular/ Intensive:

Remedial English

 

 

Major/ Minor Code:

MDWF

     

Total Credits Required for Graduation:

133

 

 

Semester

UR/ Major/ Minor/ General Elective

Course   Number

Cr.

Grade or Exempt

Semester

Notes: Off-Paradigm/ Probation/ Honors/ Total Credits Completed/ Change Major or Minor/ Transfer/ Course Replacement/ Other Comments

Fall I             (10 Credits)

F. Req.

CAIS 252

2

 

 

 

BU Req.

ENGR 102

2

 

 

Major

MDWF 111

3

 

 

Major

MDWF 112

3

 

 

 

Spring I
(15 Credits)

F. Req.

PSYC 131

3

 

 

 

 

 

BU Req.

ENGL 120

3

 

 

BU Req.

LIBR 101

0

 

 

Major

MDWF 001

0

 

 

Major

MDWF 121

4

 

 

Major

MDWF 123

3

 

 

Major

MDWF 213

2

 

 

Summer I

 (5  Credit)

Major

MDWF 011

2

 

 

 

 

BU Req.

ARAB 120

3

 

 

Fall  II
(17Credits)

F. Req.

BIOL 253

3

 

 

F. Req.

BIOL 008

0

 

 

F. Req.

PSYC 231

3

 

 

Major

MDWF 211

4

 

 

Major

MDWF 221

3

 

 

Major

MDWF 012

1

 

 

BU Req.

PSED 101

1

 

 

Major

MDWF 214

2

 

 

Spring II
(16 Credits)

Major

MDWF 311

4

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 016

1

 

 

F. Req.

BIOL 254

3

 

 

Major

MDWF 222

3

 

 

Major

MDWF 014

1

 

 

F. Req.

SOCI 231

3

 

 

Major

MDWF 313

1

 

 

Summer II
(6 credits)

BU Req.

ENGL 121

3

 

 

 

BU Req.

ARAB 121

3

 

 

Fall III
(17 Credits)

Major

MDWF 321

4

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 018

2

 

 

Major

MDWF 223

2

 

 

Major

MDWF 015

1

 

 

BU Req.

HIST 120

3

 

 

BU Req.

ENGL 213

3

 

 

Major

MDWF 323

2

 

 

Spring III
(16 Credits)

F. Req.

MATH 352

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 212

2

 

 

Major

MDWF 013

1

 

 

BU Req.

ECON 300

3

 

 

Major

MDWF 322

2

 

 

Major

MDWF 017

1

 

 

Major

MDWF 312

4

 

 

Fall IV      

 (17 Credits)

Major

MDWF 411

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 412

2

 

 

Major

MDWF 019

1

 

 

Major

MDWF 020

1

 

 

Major

MDWF 413

3

 

 

Major

MDWF 414

2

 

 

BU Req.

POLS 300

3

 

 

Major

MDWF 314

2

 

 

Spring IV

(14 Credits)

Major

MDWF 021

3

 

 

 

Major

MDWF 022

1

 

 

Major

MDWF 023

1

 

 

Major

MDWF 421

2

 

 

Major

MDWF 024

1

 

 

Major

MDWF 389

1

 

 

 

BU Req.

RELS 300

3

 

 

BU Req.

ART 101

2

 

 

                                                               

 

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