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College of Science, Health and the Liberal Arts
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Philadelphia, PA 19144
Master of Science in Midwifery
The Midwifery Institute at Thomas Jefferson University is on the cutting edge of a changing world, by weaving tradition with technology, to bring education for the betterment of the health of women and their families.
See brief descriptions below to learn which program is best for you.
M.S. in Midwifery (full or part-time)
This option leads to a Master of Science degree and eligibility to sit for the American Midwifery Certification Board exam, and is available in a 2-year full-time or 3-year part-time format.
Certified Midwife Pathway to the M.S. in Midwifery
This option is for individuals who have completed a bachelor’s degree and science and social science pre-requisites in a discipline other than nursing.
M.S. in Midwifery Completion
This option allows the practicing certified nurse-midwife or certified midwife to validate and expand the professional competencies and skills needed for today’s health care environment.
This option is available for individuals who already have a master's degree in a health-related discipline. Nurse practitioners, foreign educated midwives and MEAC-educated, licensed, and certified professional midwives may qualify for advanced placement in this program.
Refresher Process for Re-entry to Clinical Practice
The re-entry to practice process (also called a refresher process) is for Certified Nurse-Midwives or Certified Midwives (CNM/CMs) who have previously been or are currently AMCB certified, but have been out of clinical practice and are looking to refresh their knowledge and skills in anticipation of re-entry to clinical midwifery practice. This is a non-degree, individualized course of study taken as a non-matriculated student.
Financial Aid: Yes
International Financial Aid: Yes
Classification: Master's College or University I
Loans Offered: Loans are available to students enrolled for at least five credit hours per semester. You may borrow up to $18,500 per academic year. The total amount outstanding that you may borrow for is $65,500.
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