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Tuition & Academic Fees

Fees are based on the number of billing units of enrollment.  The majority of pre-clinical courses meet 3 hours per week and are 1.0 billing unit, but some courses can be up to 3.0 billing units. Midwifery clinical courses are typically 5.0 billing units. The number of billing units can be found in the course descriptions in the undergraduate calendar. Please note that it is not possible to work while in the six terms of clinical placement.

Additional Expenses:

Textbooks: Required texts can cost up to $1000 p.a.

Relocation: During clinical courses students may have to relocate. Travel and living expenses are the responsibility of the student.

Vehicle: Students are required to have a vehicle during clinical placements.

Equipment:

Prior to entering MWF 120, Normal Childbearing, the following equipment is required. Normally this is available on loan from the department, but this is not guaranteed. Lost or damaged equipment must be replaced.

  • Watch that measures seconds
  • Sphygmomanometer
  • Stethoscope
  • Fetoscope
  • Tape Measure
  • Thermometer


Prior to entering MWF 320, Complications and Consultation, students must obtain a baby scale.
 

Practice Requirements:  Students are responsible for paying the costs of meeting these requirements where those costs are not included in tuition or ancillary fees. These include CPR, NRP, health screening, mask fit testing, criminal reference check, and NRP.

Upon completion of the program, students must write the CMRE; the cost in 2015 was $750. In addition, there are significant fees payable for registration with the CMO.