Curriculum

The study program comprises 32 subjects, of which 24 are theoretical and eight practical, including the internship in the sixth semester.

The internship represents a curricular space for realizing an integral practice of the theoretical and practical knowledge acquired by the students in their formative process, and the course will help them develop in the real areas of their profession.

The total number of credits is 386, 120 correspond to theoretical and 266 to practical learning.

The curriculum is structured by sequential and continuous subjects that provide the student with the basic and necessary training for midwifery exercises, with both theoretical and practical approaches that are indispensable.

The subjects belong to the areas of:

Basic training:

Biology
Anatomy
Physiology I and II
Study Skills

General education:

Psychology
Socio-anthropology
Research Principles
Nutrition
Health Management
Health Education
Public Health

Theoretical Professional Training:

Microbiology
Neonatology
Pharmacology Homeopathy
Neonatology I and II
Ethics and Legislation
Obstetrics I, II and III
Nursing Propaedeutics
Foundations of Midwifery
Medical-Surgical Care
Gynecology
Practical Professional Training:
Community Practice I, II and III
Clinical Practice of Midwifery I, II, III and IV
Course, where all the career subjects put into practice with a focus on Obstetrics, Neonatology, and Community Health. They guarantee the professional midwife’s necessary training that allows her to respond to social needs for reproductive health.

 

Graduation profile

The Professional Midwife of CASA A.C. is a highly qualified professional, in everything related to the theoretical-practical and ethical-moral field of attention and care of women within her area. She can assume behaviors in the face of the partial or total resolution of obstetric, gynecological, neonatal, administrative, and environmental situations associated with these disciplines.

Includes the protection and recovery of gynecological-obstetric and neonatal health, at the primary level, for women, men, families, and communities that require it.

She also possesses a set of personal attributes, values, and characteristics and the emotional stability needed to:

Provide support, advice, guidance, and motivation.
To educate.
To act with objectivity and have the capacity to integrate social groups.
Objectively, the Professional Midwife is a fully capable professional capable of performing her roles, which are many, broader than what we usually know, managing and spreading the many spaces in which she can accomplish. It is the midwife’s responsibility not to be pigeonholed only in the traditional. We must choose our work area according to our tastes, ideals, qualities, and according to what allows her to develop entirely as a person.

From the above, we can see the great importance and professional, social and cultural impact of integrating professional midwives into all maternal and child health services in Mexico and the world to reduce maternal and child morbidity and mortality.