To be eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Midwifery (Graduate Entry) an applicant must have either completed:
a Bachelor of Nursing with a grade point average of at least 4.0 on the ACU seven point scale; AND
one year of post-registration clinical practice; AND
be a Registered Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) OR
a Bachelor of Paramedicine with a grade point average of at least 4.0 on the ACU seven point scale AND
be a practicing Paramedic with a minimum of one year field experience.
2. Completion Requirements
To qualify for the Bachelor of Midwifery (Graduate Entry), a student must complete 150 cp from the Schedule of Unit Offerings, consisting of:
80 cp from Midwifery Theory Units;
60 cp from Midwifery Practice Units;
10 cp from Interdisciplinary Unit.
3. Progression Requirements
Students normally complete a unit or units at an introductory level (100-level) in an approved sequence before undertaking advanced level units (200 or 300 level) in that sequence.
Students are required to follow the pattern of unit enrolment set out in the relevant Course Enrolment Guide, unless otherwise approved by the Course Coordinator. In all aspects of progress through the course, students will be advised by the Course Coordinator.
1 Away-from-Base mode also available from Brisbane for Indigenous students only. 2A student must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Midwifery or the Bachelor of Midwifery (Graduate Entry) to undertake MIDW coded units. A student must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Midwifery (Graduate Entry) to undertake MDGE coded units. 3Students who have already completed HLSC120 Indigenous Health and Culture (former unit name Society, Culture and Health) or an equivalent unit as part of a previous Bachelor degree, may apply for Recognition of Prior Learning.