The APNI nurse-midwifery curriculum is a 9-quarter (two year/3 summers) program that prepares college graduates as registered nurses and as certified nurse-midwives (CNMs) to provide direct primary care to women and newborns.
37 credits, including:
33 NURS credits, including:
41 credits, including:
B- is the minimum passing grade for specialty courses.
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