Bachelor of Science in Midwifery offered by KAAF University College, help students to acquire, theoretical as well as practical knowledge, regarding the diverse aspects of midwifery and midwifery practice. Our program of study includes both theoretical learning and practical training sessions. Our experienced teaching faculty emphasizes the enhancement of advanced clinical skills as well as essential midwifery skills. Thus our program of study prepares the students for a professional career in midwifery.
The main goal of the programme is to train midwives who are highly skilled to meet the changing care needs of women within the reproductive age, their families and the community within which they live.
The objective of the programme is to train professional midwives who will:
- Effectively provide pre-conceptional care and counselling to families.
- Provide parent craft lectures including birth preparedness and complication readiness planning within the context of family-centred maternity care.
- Manage the expectant woman and family during pregnancy, labour and puerperium.
- Provide skillful family planning services.
- Identify obstetrical, gynaecological and or medical complications promptly and take appropriate action and refer as necessary.
- Assess and resuscitate the neonate at birth and provide continued care.
- Identify childhood diseases and manage them.
- Monitor growth and development of infants.
- Promote immunization among children under five years.
- Promote adequate infant nutrition among children Respect the rights and dignity of humanity in the provision of care.
Opportunities related to this program include:
Promotion to a higher grade especially in the Government Sector.
Educators in Public and Private Sectors.
Communication and academic writing skills
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Information Technology
Introduction to Psychology
YEAR ONE, semester one
YEAR ONE, semester two
YEAR TWO, semester one
YEAR TWO, semester two
YEAR THREE, semester one
YEAR THREE-SEMESTER TWO
YEAR FOUR, semester one
YEAR FOUR (LEVEL 400) – semester two
i. WASSCE / SSCE: Six (6) credit passes (A1 – C6) including English Language, Core Mathematics, Integrated Science and any three (3) relevant elective subject in General Science. General Arts or Home Economics with an overall aggregate of 36 or better.
ii. Diploma Holders in Nursing, Midwifery, Community Health Nursing from a recognized institution plus licensure examinations of the admitted to the third year.
A six (6) weeks Access Course to the BSc. Nursing or Midwifery Council or Community Health Nursing Programme Requirments: Holders of NAC/HAC/NAP/CHNC Certificates from the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Enrolled Nurses: can gain admission to the six-week ACCESS programme.
- Regular (day)