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College of Nursing & Midwifery

Courses

Course information for Nursing and Midwifery.

Bachelor of Nursing

The Bachelor of Nursing prepares students for the role of a Registered Nurse, to deliver the highest quality, patient-centred care to people of all ages in a variety of settings. Our programs qualify for ‘away from base’ funding for Indigenous students. 

Find out more about CDU's Bachelor of Nursing

Hear from one of our Bachelor of Nursing international students.

Hear from one of our Northern Territory school leavers.  Seeing her mother, grandma and aunt helping people within the local community inspired Darwin local Katie to take the leap and study a Bachelor of Nursing at Charles Darwin University. 

Bachelor of Midwifery

The Bachelor of Midwifery prepares students for the role of Registered Midwife. As a Bachelor of Midwifery student, you will apply your knowledge and skills from the first year by commencing continuity of care journeys with childbearing women.

Find out more about CDU's Bachelor of Midwifery

Registered Nurse Pathway

The Bachelor of Midwifery Registered Nurse Pathway is a two-year program for Registered Nurses. The course is delivered online at a part-time study load (two units per semester) with clinical competency requirements and mandatory intensive clinical teaching blocks held in Darwin. 

Find out more about CDU's Bachelor of Midwifery Registered Nurse Pathway

Post-graduate programs

New post-graduate programs have been announced in response to alumni demand. Post-graduate qualifications improve job prospects and wages, and the level of health care available to our communities. Our post-graduate courses are open to nurses, midwives, doctors, paramedics and other allied health professionals seeking to specialise in mental health, renal care, dementia, child and family health, primary health care, aeromedical retrieval, health services management and clinical facilitation.
 
Find out more about CDU's Post-graduate programs

Listen to one of our post-graduate nursing students

Robyn's advancing her career with an online postgraduate nursing course

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