I am not sure what you are looking at, but if you download the student handbook, print out the curriculum plans for both, you will see that ALL of the midwifery courses are in the dual program. There are a few FNP courses that are not in the dual program, but that's because they would be duplicating the same content from the Midwifery courses. So, like I said, the dual program is the Midwifery program in its entirety, plus the necessary FNP courses to be certified in that as well. All the midwifery students are in the same courses together for the year, then dual people have the FNP courses together in the last semester of their program, after the Midwifery people are done. There are only about 20 or so Midwifery/dual students in each year.