department of Midwifery

About the midwifery program

The Midwifery Program is intended to provide a strong understanding of the social, cultural, spiritual, psychological and physical experiences of women to provide quality maternity care. Students will study holistic assessment in midwifery; the nature of woman-centred midwifery practice; midwifery care across the childbearing continuum; legal and ethical requirements; bioscience and anatomy and physiology; research and evidenced based practice. As a student on the BSc Midwifery course, you will benefit from outstanding teaching, facilities and practice placements at Capital University’s leading hospitals. Teaching method for the program is a combination of classroom-based theory, simulated practice in our specialist Clinical Skills Centre and clinical placements.


Faculty Health Science
Department Midwifery
Short Name MW
Main entry Requirement Secondary School Certificate
Final Award Bachelor Degree in Midwifery
Length of Study 4 years with Eight Semesters
Mode of Study Full time
Study Language English
Total Courses 58
Total Credits 194