Bachelor of Midwifery

2022 course information for Domestic Students
2022 course information for International Students

updated 12:17 PM on Wed, 22 September

Domestic snapshot

International snapshot

IELTS
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ATAR
90
Duration
3 years full-time; 6 years part-time
3 years full-time
Location
Coffs Harbour, Gold Coast
Coffs Harbour, Gold Coast
Start date
March
February
Course code
3007229
Course abbreviation
BMid
Credit points
288
Equivalent units
24
CRICOS
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Fees
Commonwealth supported
Fees
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Please note, some locations may not have all intake periods available. See the full availability details for further information.

Course overview

Be a part of the most significant event in most people’s lives by training for a rewarding and challenging career as a midwife.

The Bachelor of Midwifery is specifically designed to prepare you for entry to professional midwifery practice. You will develop the skills, knowledge and attitude necessary to provide high quality care through safe and effective midwifery practice in accordance with the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council Midwife standards for practice. Study areas include anatomy and physiology, midwifery theory and practice, primary healthcare, women’s health, mental health and psychosocial sciences. As an essential member of multi-disciplinary teams, graduates will have the skills and abilities to work in partnership with women to contribute to healthier outcomes for mothers and babies. Graduates will be equipped to work in multi-disciplinary teams and in partnership with women to contribute to healthier outcomes for mother and baby.

Placements in this degree give you the opportunity to follow the journey of women throughout their pregnancies, to experience the full range of midwifery practice.

Graduates of this program will be able to register and practice as midwives across a range of settings, including public and private hospitals, clinics and as midwifery educators.

The World Health Organization (WHO) says the world needs 9 million more nurses and midwives if it is to achieve universal health coverage by 2030. We are joining the WHO in celebrating the Year of the Nurse and Midwife, by sharing the stories and successes of the Southern Cross nursing and midwifery community.

Be a part of the most significant event in most people’s lives by training for a rewarding and challenging career as a midwife.

The Bachelor of Midwifery is specifically designed to prepare you for entry to professional midwifery practice. You will develop the skills, knowledge and attitude necessary to provide high quality care through safe and effective midwifery practice in accordance with the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council Midwife standards for practice. Study areas include anatomy and physiology, midwifery theory and practice, primary healthcare, women’s health, mental health and psychosocial sciences. As an essential member of multi-disciplinary teams, graduates will have the skills and abilities to work in partnership with women to contribute to healthier outcomes for mothers and babies. Graduates will be equipped to work in multi-disciplinary teams and in partnership with women to contribute to healthier outcomes for mother and baby.

Placements in this degree give you the opportunity to follow the journey of women throughout their pregnancies, to experience the full range of midwifery practice.

Graduates of this program will be able to register and practice as midwives across a range of settings, including public and private hospitals, clinics and as midwifery educators.

The World Health Organization (WHO) says the world needs 9 million more nurses and midwives if it is to achieve universal health coverage by 2030. We are joining the WHO in celebrating the Year of the Nurse and Midwife, by sharing the stories and successes of the Southern Cross nursing and midwifery community.

Current Southern Cross students – to access your official course details for the year you started your degree, please visit the handbook.

Entry requirements

See the University’s Rules Relating to Awards, in conjunction with the Specific Award Rules listed below.

Applicants must:

  1. provide a written declaration that English is their primary language and confirming;
    1. satisfactory completion of at least six years of primary and secondary education taught and assessed in English in one of the Recognised Countries (see below), including at least two years between years 7 and 12; or
    2. satisfactory completion of at least two years (full time equivalent combined secondary and/or tertiary and/or vocational education taught and assessed solely in English, in one of the Recognised Countries;
    or
     
  2. have achieved:
    1. the IELTS (academic module) with a minimum overall score of 7 and a minimum score of 7 in each of the four components: or
    2. the OET with a minimum score of B in each of the four components; or
    3. the PTE Academic with a minimum overall score of 65 and a minimum score of 65 in each of the four communicative skills; or
    4. the TOEFL iBT with a minimum total score of 94 and the following minimum score in each section of the test: 24 listening, 24 reading, 27 writing, and 23 speaking.

    Recognised Countries means the following countries: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, UK and USA.

    Please note, Rule 2 Schedule B test scores equivalencies do not apply to this course.

    In order to register to practice, the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency [AHPRA]’s standards for English language must be met. See AHPRA’s English Language Skills page for further information.

All applicants are required to successfully complete an interview process to be eligible to receive an offer.

An applicant who has completed a Certificate III qualification will not be admitted solely on the basis of this qualification

Credit for prior learning

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available for this course. For more information please view the Bachelor of Midwifery RPL Guide.

CountryScore
Austria AMC2
Bangladesh HSC>4.8
Brazil SSLC>9.7
Canada High School OSSD80
Chile PSU6.8, overall 750-800
China Gao Kao520
Colombia CB (NAT)97+, overall 350-400
Denmark USSLE8.8
France FB13.5
German Abitur2
Hong Kong HKDSE20
India CBSE (best 4)16.5 external exam
India CISCE92
India Higher Secondary School Certificate (best 4)100 in academic
Indonesia SMA9.7>
International Baccalaureate34
Japan USSLC4.8>
Korea, Republic of, CSAT334
Malaysia ICSSUEC78>
Malaysia STPM16 (best 3 A levels)
Nepal Higher Secondary Education Certificate100
Nepal Proficiency Certificate97>
Norway GPA4.4
Pakistan HSSC Humanities and Science streams96>
Pakistan HSSC Pre-Eng and Pre-Med streams73
Papua New Guinea HSC (best 5)3.5 pass Eng & Math
Peru OCSE19.4>
Phillipines NSAT99>
Russia FCCSE4.9>
Saudi Arabia MESSLC97>
Singapore SCGCE21.5
Spain SSSD9.7>
Spain STBPU9
Sri Lanka GCE9.5
Sweden SSLC16.3
Taiwan GSAT75>
Taiwan Senior High School Certificate98>
Thailand CSE3.3
Turkey HSD4.8>
UK Board GCE A Levels19
USA SAT & ACTSAT 1780, ACT 30
Vietnam (in 4 subjects)9.7 academic

Language requirements

English language requirements apply to International applicants and other applicants whose previous study was undertaken in a language other than English. The minimum English language requirements for such applicants for entry to this course are as follows

CategoryScore
Overall Score7.0
Overall Score or equivalent7.0
Reading7.0
Writing7.0
Listening7.0
Speaking7.0

About the course

The Bachelor of Midwifery is specifically designed to develop graduates for entry to professional midwifery practice. The course prepares graduates with skills, knowledge and attitudes to provide high quality woman-centred care through safe and effective midwifery practice in accordance with the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council Midwife standards for practice.

Study areas include:

  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Midwifery theory and practice
  • Primary health care
  • Psychosocial sciences
  • Women’s health.

Pathway for Registered Nurses: In accordance with the approved pathway, a Registered Nurse (RN) only needs to complete the midwifery specific units, (60% of the total course, mostly part-time over three years) in order to complete the Bachelor of Midwifery. Students do not begin midwifery placements until session 2 of year 1, but are thereafter in practice continuously except for the University break at the end of the year. 

To be considered for the RN pathway, applicants need to provide evidence of current Nurse Registration with AHPRA, proof of employment equivalent to one year full-time working as an RN within the last three years and a copy of the transcript of their completed Bachelor of Nursing degree.

For further information about midwifery, visit the Faculty of Health midwifery page.

Domestic students

LocationTeaching period
Coffs HarbourSession  1
Gold CoastSession  1

International students

LocationTeaching periodAnnual FeesCRICOS
Coffs HarbourSession  1$28,800 ($3,600 per unit)078636G
Gold CoastSession  1$28,800 ($3,600 per unit)078636G
 Notice

Tuition fees are in Australian dollars, and are subject to change, including annual increases over the duration of a course. Annual tuition fee is based on completing 8 units per year. In addition students are required to pay OSHC for the duration of their visa in advance. Non-tuition fee covers textbooks, stationery and excursions.

How to apply

Where and when do you want to study?

Applications for this course are made directly to Southern Cross University via our online application service.

Australian/Domestic students

Please note applications for this course close on 9 November 2021

International students studying in Australia

Please note applications for this course close on 9 November 2021

View domestic application details View international application details

Why choose SCU?

Excellence in research

Outstanding ratings of 'at world standard' or above in 23 research fields.

Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) 2018

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Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2020

Outstanding student support

5-Star Student Support across undergraduate and postgraduate studies

Good Universities Guide 2021

Learning outcomes

Course Learning Outcomes express learning achievement in terms of what a student should know, understand and be able to do on completion of a course. These outcomes are aligned with the graduate attributes.

Course Learning Outcome

Applies clinical reasoning, problem solving and communication skills to support the delivery of evidence informed midwifery and individualised care within a range of specific and diverse practice contexts

Critically review the theory and practice of contemporary midwifery care within the dynamic professional national and international contexts

Applies knowledge and skills of reflection, critical analysis and research to recognise areas that promote advancement of the discipline of midwifery throughout their career

Applies clinical reasoning, problem solving and communication skills to support the delivery of evidence informed midwifery and individualised care within a range of specific and diverse practice contexts

Provide evidence informed practice to the women in their care, using primary healthcare principles and a woman-centred philosophy by applying NMBA standards and codes of Midwifery

Conduct professional practice in collaboration with others within broad parameters to provide seamless and appropriately targeted midwifery care in order to enhance high quality outcomes for women and their babies

Examines normal physiological mechanisms of the human body and how this relates to the childbearing continuum for woman and fetus/baby

Critically review the theory and practice of contemporary midwifery care within the dynamic professional national and international contexts

Engage in educational, political and professional collaboration and make an active contribution to advance the philosophy of midwifery across policy, practice, education, research and evaluate service development

Applies knowledge and skills of reflection, critical analysis and research to recognise areas that promote advancement of the discipline of midwifery throughout their career

Provide evidence informed practice to the women in their care, using primary healthcare principles and a woman-centred philosophy by applying NMBA standards and codes of Midwifery

Conduct professional practice in collaboration with others within broad parameters to provide seamless and appropriately targeted midwifery care in order to enhance high quality outcomes for women and their babies

Applies clinical reasoning, problem solving and communication skills to support the delivery of evidence informed midwifery and individualised care within a range of specific and diverse practice contexts

Engage in educational, political and professional collaboration and make an active contribution to advance the philosophy of midwifery across policy, practice, education, research and evaluate service development

Critically review the theory and practice of contemporary midwifery care within the dynamic professional national and international contexts


Assessment methods

Students complete a wide variety of individual and group assessment items during the course including but not limited written exams, oral exams, academic writing, clinical and practical exams.

Teaching methods

The course is underpinned by an innovative, experiential learning curriculum focusing on woman-centred care in practice. The course features a variety of clinical and community experiences, which will expose students to the varied aspects of midwifery practice resulting in graduates being able to function to the full scope of contemporary midwifery practice.

Career opportunities

Midwives are responsible for the care of women and babies during pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, labour, birth and the early infancy period. They provide direct clinical care and support for healthy women and babies and work collaboratively with multiple health professionals including medical practitioners when there are risks or complications.

Registered midwives may practise midwifery in various capacities in public and private hospitals and community, maternity and neonatal health care settings in urban, rural and remote areas. They can practise as group practice midwives, clinical midwifery consultants, midwifery educators, midwifery unit managers, community midwives, researchers, and as independent midwives (with further training).

Upon completion of this course, graduates are eligible for graduate-year placement opportunities in any Australian state and in New Zealand.

Professional placement

To meet the practice requirements of a registered midwife, you undertake approximately 1,000 hours of supervised placements. You will attend antenatal and postnatal assessments/visits with women; provide direct care to women during labour; assist women during birth and support women and their babies with diverse needs across pregnancy, labour and birth, and the postnatal period.

Please be aware labour and birth can be unpredictable and occur at any time of the day or night. Therefore the continuity-of-care component in the program requires you to be ‘on call’. The professional experience rostered placement may occur ‘away’ from your campus and place of residence. Students are responsible for any cost incurred for travel and accommodation.

Professional experience placements require students to fulfil certain pre-requisites prior to attending any placements (e.g. a working with children check and National Police Certificate). Prior to applying for this course, please consider the important information regarding these requirements.

Professional recognition

The Bachelor of Midwifery is approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) and accredited by the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC).

Graduating students will have the necessary qualification to be eligible to register and practise as a midwife in Australia. Further training may be required to practice in other countries or to work as a privately practising midwife.

Please note: In order to register to practice, the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency [AHPRA] standards for English language must be met. See the AHPRA web site for further information.

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Domestic future
students

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International future
students

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Current
students

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Course requirements

To be eligible to receive the Bachelor of Midwifery, students must complete the equivalent of 24 units (288 credit points), comprising all core units.

Exit Awards

Students may be eligible to exit with an Associate Degree of Health and Human Sciences after completing the equivalent of 16 units (192 credit points), comprising any 16 core units.

Students may be eligible to exit with a Diploma of Health and Human Sciences after completing the equivalent of 8 units (96 credit points), comprising any 8 core units.

Professional Experience Learning

This course includes professional experience learning. Pre-requisites to meet national and state-based regulatory requirements, as detailed on Faculty of Health Professional Experience page must be met prior to attending professional experience placement. All professional experience learning hours must be completed and professional behaviour and conduct must be demonstrated.

Progression

Any student wishing to take a break of one or more study periods must consult with the Course Coordinator.

Students are not permitted to have an extended period of more than 12 months between study of any two (2) units with professional experience learning.

Students are not permitted to have an extended period of more than 12 months between study of a theory unit that relates specifically to a particular unit with professional experience learning.

Students who have an interrupted study sequence of more than 12 months will be assessed on a case-by-case basis and may be required to undertake a specified supported professional experience placement to ensure professional experience currency prior to continuation of the course.

Duration

The maximum duration for completion of the award of Bachelor of Midwifery is six (6) years in total which includes any period for a leave of absence.

Inherent Requirements

Inherent Requirements apply to this course as defined on the Student Equity & Inclusion website. Students who have a disability or health condition which may impact on their ability to meet these requirements are encouraged to visit the Student Equity & Inclusion website for further information and contact details.


Course structure


Schedule of units

Unit CodeUnit TitleNotes
Core Units
HBIO1003Systemic Anatomy
HBIO1007Human Physiology I
STAT2001Introduction to Evidence for Health Science Practitioners
PHAR2001Introductory Pharmacology
HBIO1008Human Physiology II
INDG2001Health and Indigenous Australian Peoples
NUTR1001Food and Nutrition in Health
MIDW1001Midwifery Foundations
MIDW1002Primary Health Care Midwifery
MIDW2002Optimising Health in Childbearing I Note 1
MIDW2001Midwifery Continuity Partnerships A
MIDW2003Optimising Health in Childbearing II
MIDW2004Midwifery Continuity Partnerships B
MIDW2006Optimising Health in Complex Childbearing
MIDW2008Midwifery Practice in Complex Childbearing
MIDW2005Midwifery Continuity Partnerships C
MIDW3002High Acuity Midwifery Note 1
MIDW2007Midwifery Continuity Partnerships D
MIDW3005The Role of the Midwife as Leader, Mentor and Educator
MIDW3003Transition to Registered Midwife
MIDW3001Mental Health and Wellbeing
MIDW3004Midwifery Internship


Course progressions

Students should use course progression information to select units specific to their course and enrol in these units using My Enrolment

Unit CodeUnit TitleAvailableNotes
Year 1, Session 1
HBIO1003Systemic Anatomy
Session1,3

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW1001Midwifery Foundations
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW1002Primary Health Care Midwifery
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

HBIO1007Human Physiology I
Session1,2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 1, Session 2
HBIO1008Human Physiology II
Session2,3

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2002Optimising Health in Childbearing I
Session2
Note 1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2001Midwifery Continuity Partnerships A
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 2, Session 1
MIDW2003Optimising Health in Childbearing II
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

PHAR2001Introductory Pharmacology
Session1,3

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

STAT2001Introduction to Evidence for Health Science Practitioners
Session1,2,3

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2004Midwifery Continuity Partnerships B
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 2, Session 2
MIDW2006Optimising Health in Complex Childbearing
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2008Midwifery Practice in Complex Childbearing
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2005Midwifery Continuity Partnerships C
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Pre-requisitesMIDW2003 - Optimising Health in Childbearing II AND MIDW2004 - Midwifery Continuity Partnerships B
Enrolment informationThis unit contains laboratory activities and/or professional experience learning that require students to fulfil certain vaccination and compliance requirements prior to attending. As some of these can take up to 5 months to complete, you must prepare now. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in you being unable to undertake the stipulated Laboratory Activity and/or Professional Experience Learning which may result in failure of the unit. Full details are available at www.scu.edu.au/healthplacements
INDG2001Health and Indigenous Australian Peoples
Term2,4

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 3, Session 1
MIDW3002High Acuity Midwifery
Session1
Note 1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW3001Mental Health and Wellbeing
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Pre-requisitesMIDW2006 - Optimising Health in Complex Childbearing AND MIDW2005 - Midwifery Continuity Partnerships C AND MIDW2008 - Midwifery Practice in Complex Childbearing AND MWF10663 - Research and Evidence Based Practice OR STAT2001 - Introduction to Evidence for Health Science Practitioners
Enrolment informationThis unit contains laboratory activities and/or professional experience learning that require students to fulfil certain vaccination and compliance requirements prior to attending. As some of these can take up to 5 months to complete, you must prepare now. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in you being unable to undertake the stipulated Laboratory Activity and/or Professional Experience Learning which may result in failure of the unit. Full details are available at www.scu.edu.au/healthplacements
MIDW2007Midwifery Continuity Partnerships D
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 3, Session 2
MIDW3003Transition to Registered Midwife
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Pre-requisitesMWF30001 High Acuity Midwifery AND MWF10681 Mental Health and Wellbeing AND MIDW2007 - Midwifery Continuity Partnerships D
Co-requisitesMIDW3004 - Midwifery Internship
Enrolment informationThis unit contains laboratory activities and/or professional experience learning that require students to fulfil certain vaccination and compliance requirements prior to attending. As some of these can take up to 5 months to complete, you must prepare now. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in you being unable to undertake the stipulated Laboratory Activity and/or Professional Experience Learning which may result in failure of the unit. Full details are available at www.scu.edu.au/healthplacements
NUTR1001Food and Nutrition in Health
Session2,3

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW3004Midwifery Internship
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW3005The Role of the Midwife as Leader, Mentor and Educator
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Unit CodeUnit TitleAvailableNotes
Year 1, Session 1
HBIO1003Systemic Anatomy
Session1,3

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

HBIO1007Human Physiology I
Session1,2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 1, Session 2
HBIO1008Human Physiology II
Session2,3

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 2, Session 1
MIDW1001Midwifery Foundations
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW1002Primary Health Care Midwifery
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 2, Session 2
MIDW2002Optimising Health in Childbearing I
Session2
Note 1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2001Midwifery Continuity Partnerships A
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 3, Session 1
MIDW2003Optimising Health in Childbearing II
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2004Midwifery Continuity Partnerships B
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 3, Session 2
NUTR1001Food and Nutrition in Health
Session2,3

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

INDG2001Health and Indigenous Australian Peoples
Term2,4

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 4, Session 1
PHAR2001Introductory Pharmacology
Session1,3

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

STAT2001Introduction to Evidence for Health Science Practitioners
Session1,2,3

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 4, Session 2
MIDW2006Optimising Health in Complex Childbearing
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2008Midwifery Practice in Complex Childbearing
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2005Midwifery Continuity Partnerships C
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Pre-requisitesMIDW2003 - Optimising Health in Childbearing II AND MIDW2004 - Midwifery Continuity Partnerships B
Enrolment informationThis unit contains laboratory activities and/or professional experience learning that require students to fulfil certain vaccination and compliance requirements prior to attending. As some of these can take up to 5 months to complete, you must prepare now. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in you being unable to undertake the stipulated Laboratory Activity and/or Professional Experience Learning which may result in failure of the unit. Full details are available at www.scu.edu.au/healthplacements
Year 5, Session 1
MIDW3002High Acuity Midwifery
Session1
Note 1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 5, Session 2
MIDW3005The Role of the Midwife as Leader, Mentor and Educator
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 6, Session 1
MIDW3001Mental Health and Wellbeing
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Pre-requisitesMIDW2006 - Optimising Health in Complex Childbearing AND MIDW2005 - Midwifery Continuity Partnerships C AND MIDW2008 - Midwifery Practice in Complex Childbearing AND MWF10663 - Research and Evidence Based Practice OR STAT2001 - Introduction to Evidence for Health Science Practitioners
Enrolment informationThis unit contains laboratory activities and/or professional experience learning that require students to fulfil certain vaccination and compliance requirements prior to attending. As some of these can take up to 5 months to complete, you must prepare now. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in you being unable to undertake the stipulated Laboratory Activity and/or Professional Experience Learning which may result in failure of the unit. Full details are available at www.scu.edu.au/healthplacements
MIDW2007Midwifery Continuity Partnerships D
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 6, Session 2
MIDW3003Transition to Registered Midwife
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Pre-requisitesMWF30001 High Acuity Midwifery AND MWF10681 Mental Health and Wellbeing AND MIDW2007 - Midwifery Continuity Partnerships D
Co-requisitesMIDW3004 - Midwifery Internship
Enrolment informationThis unit contains laboratory activities and/or professional experience learning that require students to fulfil certain vaccination and compliance requirements prior to attending. As some of these can take up to 5 months to complete, you must prepare now. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in you being unable to undertake the stipulated Laboratory Activity and/or Professional Experience Learning which may result in failure of the unit. Full details are available at www.scu.edu.au/healthplacements
MIDW3004Midwifery Internship
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Unit CodeUnit TitleAvailableNotes
Year 1, Session 1
MIDW1001Midwifery Foundations
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW1002Primary Health Care Midwifery
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 1, Session 2
MIDW2002Optimising Health in Childbearing I
Session2
Note 1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2001Midwifery Continuity Partnerships A
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 2, Session 1
MIDW2003Optimising Health in Childbearing II
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2004Midwifery Continuity Partnerships B
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 2, Session 2
MIDW2006Optimising Health in Complex Childbearing
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2008Midwifery Practice in Complex Childbearing
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2005Midwifery Continuity Partnerships C
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Pre-requisitesMIDW2003 - Optimising Health in Childbearing II AND MIDW2004 - Midwifery Continuity Partnerships B
Enrolment informationThis unit contains laboratory activities and/or professional experience learning that require students to fulfil certain vaccination and compliance requirements prior to attending. As some of these can take up to 5 months to complete, you must prepare now. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in you being unable to undertake the stipulated Laboratory Activity and/or Professional Experience Learning which may result in failure of the unit. Full details are available at www.scu.edu.au/healthplacements
Year 3, Session 1
MIDW3002High Acuity Midwifery
Session1
Note 1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW2007Midwifery Continuity Partnerships D
Session1

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

Year 3, Session 2
MWF30003 Transition to Registered Midwife
MIDW3005The Role of the Midwife as Leader, Mentor and Educator
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021

MIDW3004Midwifery Internship
Session2

2022 unit offering information will be available in November 2021



Notes

Note 1: Double-weighted Unit

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