Curriculum & Courses

Curriculum & Courses

 

For full course descriptions, use the online Academic Calendar.

All Bachelor of Midwifery students must complete the following:

Required Courses

  • BIOL 1220 - Anatomy and Physiology I
  • BIOL 1221 - Anatomy and Physiology II
  • HLTH 2250 - Introduction to Information and Research Literacies
  • HPED 2507 - Nutrition and Health
  • INTS 1240 - Fundamentals of Professional Communication
  • MATH 2333 - Statistics for Life Sciences
  • MDWF 1001 - Survey of Midwifery - Past and present
  • MDWF 1003 - Lab Sciences for Midwifery
  • MDWF 2001 - Developing Midwifery Skills
  • MDWF 2003 - Reproductive Physiology
  • MDWF 2005 - Pharmacotherapeutics
  • MDWF 2100 - Midwifery Care: Normal Childbearing and Healthy Infants - Clinical
  • MDWF 2101 - Midwifery Care: Normal Childbearing and Healthy Infants - Tutorial
  • MDWF 3001 - Pathophysiology for Midwifery
  • MDWF 3100 - Interprofessional Health Placements - Clinical
  • MDWF 3101 - Interprofessional Health Placements - Tutorial
  • MDWF 3150 - Midwifery Care: Complications and Consultation - Clinical
  • MDWF 3151 - Midwifery Care: Complications and Consultation - Tutorial
  • MDWF 3165 - Cultures and Communities
  • MDWF 3175 - Midwifery Care: Maternal and Newborn Pathology - Clinical
  • MDWF 3176 - Midwifery Care: Maternal and Newborn Pathology - Tutorial
  • MDWF 4100 - Midwifery Clerkship I - Clinical
  • MDWF 4101 - Midwifery Clerkship I - Tutorial
  • MDWF 4150 - Midwifery Clerkship II - Clinical
  • MDWF 4151 - Midwifery Clerkship II - Tutorial
  • NURS 1112 - Health Promotion with Individuals I
  • NURS 1213 - Health Promotion with Individuals II
  • WGST 2221 - Women and Health

All BMid students will also be required to complete one course for each of the four foundation level General Education clusters. Students are responsible to ensure that all prerequisite and co-requisite requirements are met prior to registering in a course.