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What type of degree do you need to become a midwive?

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Dimple’s Answer

Although I am not a midwife its my understanding that you must get a bachelors degree in nursing and masters in nursing and then do clinical internship time and take certifying examinations along the way. Four years for a bachelors degree (may take longer depending upon what you decide to major in) one year of nursing experience, and three years in a nurse midwifery program. This may even take longer should you want to be certified.

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Hassan’s Answer

Dr. Khona is a highly qualified physician who gave spot on advice (thank you). Attached is simply a link that may assist with some of the specifics:


https://www.nursepractitionerschools.com/faq/how-to-become-nurse-midwife


Best of luck in all your future endeavors!

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Ronald E’s Answer

Must be a RN with BSN then obtain a nurse midwife certification

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Courtney’s Answer

You would need a masters degree in nursing. I am a labor and delivery nurse and I think getting some experience after getting your bachelors degree before perusing your masters in midwifery is a good idea!

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