Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)Nurse-Midwifery Track

Online Midwifery Program

Designed for actively practicing RNs

Online Midwifery Program Texas

Ranked #10 Best Nurse Midwifery Program

Online Midwifery Program No GMAT

No GRE or GMAT required

[em]Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)[/em]Nurse-Midwifery Track

Deliver Women’s Care as a DNP Nurse-Midwife

Students pursuing the online Doctor of Nursing Practice Nurse-Midwifery (DNP NM) track are prepared to provide holistic and women-centered care throughout the lifespan using the midwifery model of care. Our program is committed to the education of nurse-midwives in a unique Christian environment who are prepared to practice in concert with standards of nurse-midwifery practice. In addition, our program is committed to enrolling diverse and qualified students that pursue cultural competency and focus their service and clinical experiences caring for vulnerable populations.

Two entry options:

  • BSN to DNP Nurse-Midwifery Track
  • Post Master’s DNP practice degree for the NM, a study option that allows nurses who have completed an advanced nursing degree to obtain a doctorate of nursing practice
Program Features At-A-Glance
  • ACME-accredited*, CCNE-accredited** and U.S. News & World Report ranked program
  • 100% pass rates, see all pass and graduation rates here
  • Main coursework is online with on-campus immersions throughout the program
  • Practicum requirement total: 1,125 hours
  • Courses are 15 weeks, with three admission intakes per year
  • Students learn from nationally recognized faculty
  • Total credits: 75
Admissions Requirements At-A-Glance
  • BSN from an accredited school of nursing
  • 3.0 GPA
  • No GRE or MAT required
  • Optimally, although not required, have one year of clinical practice preferably in labor and delivery, extensive observational experiences of birth or education and practice as a doula
  • Unencumbered RN license
Curriculum At-A-Glance

Emphasizing women-focused healthcare services, the curriculum provides a detailed study of birthing, gynecological and preventive care.

Featured curriculum:

  • NUR 5140: Professional Issues and History of Nurse-Midwives
  • NUR 5346: Nurse-Midwifery IV: High Risk Family
  • NUR 5344: NM III: Care of the Childbearing Family

To see a full list of program outcomes, click here.

For featured courses and their descriptions, please download the program guide.

 

Shape the Future of Women-Focused Care

Baylor University DNP Nurse-Midwifery students are diverse and qualified individuals who pursue cultural competency and focus on serving vulnerable populations. Graduates are able to enhance their career as autonomous caregivers and patient advocates who are eligible to sit for the Nurse Midwife certification examination.

  • The program prepares nurse midwives in a uniquely Christian learning environment.
  • Through the integration of faith and learning, Baylor DNP Nurse-Midwifery graduates possess the clinical acumen and exemplary leadership and interpersonal skills necessary to transform women’s care.
  • Graduates who become a Certified Nurse Midwife can earn a salary of $92,000 (annual national average, Payscale.com).
  • Students have the option to complete a DNP project abroad and participate in international research and missions with graduate faculty.

To learn more about this track, please download the program guide.