CON prepares nursing graduates to transform healthcare through high quality academic and research foundation and respond to changing community needs in various health care settings.
A globally leading health sciences College ambitiously serving the nation's health.
The mission of the Master of Science in Nurse-Midwifery program is to prepare clinically, scholarly and culturally competent nurse midwives who provide quality care to women, newborns, families, and communities.
- Enhance the quality of all academic programs in consistence with the best practices of nursing education.
- Achieve and maintain academic accreditation.
- Enhance excellence in nursing research by collaboration among the university, research center, and health system.
- Promote community engagement in response to community health needs and promote quality of campus life in response to stakeholders’ needs.
- Equip students with the advanced knowledge and skills to provide high quality midwifery care.
- Achieve and maintain program academic accreditation.
- Equip graduates with the skills needed to interpret and apply research findings into evidence-based midwifery practice
- Establish partnership with community agencies to promote health outcomes of women, newborns and families.
|Have a specialized and contextualized understanding of Woman-centered care.|
|Have critical thinking and decision making.|
|Exhibit professional ethical practice.|
|Exhibit proficiency in research.|
|Demonstrate Life-long learning.|
|Demonstrate diversity and community engagement.|
|Demonstrate multidisciplinary teamwork.|
|Demonstrate professional communication.|