Master of Science in Nurse Midwifery (MSNM)


To prepare clinically, scholarly and culturally competent nurse midwives who provide quality care to women, newborns, families, and communities.

Graduate Attribute
  • 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.
General Information about the MSNM Program

The program consists of course work and a master project that will be completed in 6 levels over a period of two years. Each level consists of 13 weeks. Total credit hours of the program are 48.

Graduation Requirements

Successful completion of the course work and master project.

Admission Requirements
    • Saudi nationality
    • Have Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing from a recognized university with a GPA not less than 3.75 out of five or equivalent
    • Have Saudi Nursing License
    • Medically fit (Free from disabilities that may interfere with practice).
    • Have at least one year of clinical experience in Obstetrics and Gynecology units
    • For employed applicants, an employee agreement letter to study full-time for two academic years
    • Two recommendation letters from previous faculty and/or supervisors
    • Passing the personal interview, and the English Proficiency Test (TOFEL score 70 (IBT) or more/IELTS score 6 or more)

Program Structure and Organization: Master of Science in Nurse-Midwifery Curriculum Plan

MSNM Student Handbook: MSNM Student Handbook

MSNM Research Project Handbook: MSNM Research Project Handbook

Alignment of Program Learning Outcomes with Institutional Learning Outcomes: PLO

Course Descriptions: Click Here