Nurse Midwifery Certificate

The Nurse Midwifery Certificate Program requires that students have completed an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) graduate educational program from a nationally accredited school of nursing.

Nurse Midwifery Certificate - 19 credit hours
This program focuses on the care and management of well women's primary and reproductive health care needs throughout the life span. The program content is family-centered, respectful of individual and cultural variations and promotes health through individual choice and participation. Courses are offered on the KU Medical Center campus.



Course Name/Credit hoursTuitione-learning feeCourse FeesTyphon fee
NRSG 830 Nurse-Midwifery in the Antepartal Period (2) online $344.25/cr $65/cr    
NRSG 831 Nurse-Midwifery in the Antepartal Period/Practicum (2) On-campus Resident $344.25/cr
Non-resident $814.45/cr
  $425 $75
NRSG 832 Nurse-Midwifery in the Neonatal Period/Practicum (1) online $344.25/cr $65/cr    
NRSG 835 Primary Women's Health Care Across the Lifespan (3) online $344.25/cr $65/cr    
NRSG 838 Primary Care of Women Through the Lifespan Practicum (2) On-campus Resident $344.25/cr
Non-resident $814.45/cr
NRSG 836 Nurse-Midwifery in the Intrapartal & Postpartal Period (3) online $344.25/cr $65/cr    
NRSG 837 Nurse-Midwifery in the Intrapartal & Postpartal Period/Practicum (2) On-campus Resident $344.25/cr
Non-resident $814.45/cr
NRSG 840 Care of Women Integration Practicum (4) On-campus Resident $344.25/cr
Non-resident $814.45/cr




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*Note: Tuition and fees calculated based upon 2013-2014 rates. Campus fees per semester: when enrolled in on-line only, $110.21; When enrolled in any on-campus course,$366.35. Tuition and fee rates are subject to change each year.

For information on total program costs, enrollment information, and occupations available with this training, please see the Gainful Employment Disclosure.

Last modified: Feb 17, 2014