RN-BSN-Midwife? - page 2
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Hi everyone. Im a starting Senior in High School. I plan on going to Dixie State College in Utah and I have a few questions. At Dixie State, they require; Applicants for bachelor's degree in nursing must have associate degree or... Read More
- 0Oct 7, '11 by DeborahKAfter getting your BSN, you will need to do 1-2 more years to become a nurse-midwife. Most programs are now 2 years long and grant a master's degree. You may be able to help finance this with financial aid from the school, and by getting a job in an underserved area after you graduate, you may be eligible for loan repayment through state or federal loan repayment programs.