East Carolina university for midwifery?

  1. 0 Im currently a pre-nursing student. I have a long way to go yet, but I'm trying to get prepared for the next step. If Salk goes right, after getting my BSN, I want to get my Master of Science in Nurse-Midwifery. There aren't any midwifery programs in Nebraska, so I'll have to move. I've decided on East Carolina University. I'm not sure whether their program is accredited though. Does anyone know? If I earn my MSNM there, will I be able to come back to Nebraska and work as a midwife? If so, do they have a good program? Sorry if I'm not completely up to speed on all the lingo. Lol any other advice is appreciated as well! Thank you!
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  4. Visit  Medic2RN profile page
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    Moved to Pre-Nurse Practitioner Inquiry forum for more of a response.
  5. Visit  TheCommuter profile page
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    Moved to the Certified Nurse-Midwife forum for more replies. Good luck to you!
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    Oh oops! Didn't know there was that category! Thanks! Still figuring things out around here
  7. Visit  futurehomebirthcnm profile page
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    It looks like ECU is accredited by ACNM. There are distance-learning programs elsewhere so that might be another option for you. Best of luck!
  8. Visit  LaceElaine profile page
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    you do not not how long I've been searching for a site that listed accredited schools! I didn't know what to look for! You are awesome. Thank you soooooo much!


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