[Please note: if you found us using the old link for womancraft.org that as of 12/13/2020 our new link will be MidwiferyOne.com]
APPLICATION FOR MIDWIFERY ONE SPRING 2021 Enrollment
semester begins February
15, 2021 (applications
due Jan 20, 2021)
semester begins August
1, 2021 (new
student applications due July 1, 2021)
semester begins January
10, 2022 (new
student applications due Jan 1, 2022)
provide a nourishing interactive learning environment to study
midwifery and the midwifery model of care
preserve the internship/apprenticeship model of training
provide an affordable education pathway for students to study
midwifery within their home community.
Midwifery ONE Education is
a three semester 16-month online distance midwifery academic program. Most
courses are taught in an asynchronous format without scheduled meeting
times. Courses with a C prefix, for clinical, have scheduled required
online meeting times to allow for skill review and instructor Q&A
time. All courses have required textbooks, reading, written
assignments, projects, presentations, quizzes or exams, and specific
due dates. Students work in a small support cohort and have regular
contact through discussion boards and virtual cohort semester
course is designed to provide a
strong academic foundation
for both new aspiring midwives and apprenticing midwives. You will be
expected to challenge yourself and channel
your passion for midwifery as you work through the
course is a private program and is not accredited by another
authority. Completion of the program requirements leads to a
certificate of completion and a letter of recommendation from the
receive a Certificate of Completion students must:
all courses with a grade of at least 75.
all homework assignments and projects within an 15 month time frame
CPR for the HealthCare provider
be age 18+
for the HealthCare provider (may be completed during course year)
School diploma or GED/Equivalent
Introduction to Midwifery
Anatomy for Midwives*
Embryology (half semester)
Human Fertility (half semester)
C100: Physical Exam Skills
Biology for Midwives*
Prenatal 2 (half semester)
Prenatal 3 (half semester)
Nutrition for Midwives
BIO105: Lab work and Testing
W100B: Culturally Sensitive Midwifery Care
Intro to Research and Evidence Based Medicine
Labor and Birth
Postpartum Care (half semester)
Complications: Labor and Birth
MW: Perinatal Loss (half semester)
Research Part 2
Midwifery Research Presentations
(* credit for these courses may be transferred with evidence of a college level course in this subject)
program tuition is $4500. and
is paid on a $1500. per semester schedule. (additional fees for textbooks and supplies).
A $500. deposit is due
prior to the start of each semester to hold your place in that
semesters cohort. The remaining balance of $1000. must be paid in
full by the first day of classes that semester or via the payment
plan option. Semester payment plans are a deposit of $500. before the
semester beginning followed by $334. per month for three months.
Payment are paid the 12th
of each month.
deposits are NON-REFUNDABLE
You will receive a response from the program director within 15
days of receiving your application with instructions on how to pay
your deposit and complete your registration paperwork. Should you
withdraw from the class within the first 30 days, 90% of any tuition
the non refundable deposit will
Student Midwife of Color Scholarship: Each semester Midwifery ONE offers two 50% tuition reduction scholarship for students of color. For details on how to apply for this scholarship please drop us an email.
Student Midwife LGBTQ+ Scholarship: Each semester Midwifery ONE offers one 50% tuition reduction scholarship for a LGBTQ+ student midwife. For details on how to apply for this scholarship please drop us an email.
Midwifery Access Scholarship: Each semester Midwifery ONE offers two $300. tuition reduction scholarships for students who demonstrate financial need. For details on how to apply for this scholarship please drop us an email.
About the Midwifery ONE Education Program
Previously known as the WomanCraft Midwifery Education, the Midwifery ONE Education program is a completely updated program that utilizes the virtual learning environment to provide a strong structured student environment. There is a strong emphasis on core knowledge, systems thinking, critical thinking skills, and trans-disciplinary learning.
Our new name represents a long overdue shift towards a more inclusive form of midwifery education that values the diverse racial, cultural, geographic, and socio-economic backgrounds of students, supports families of all types, and that acknowledges that parents, birthing individuals, and those that care for them identify with many gender identities or sexual orientations. Our mission is to create an welcoming, safe, equitable, inclusive, anti-oppressive, self-reflective program. Midwifery ONE is about taking the first step on your journey as an aspiring midwife.
Our Midwifery Education programs are designed to provide a strong academic foundation for aspiring midwives working on the PEP (Portfolio Evaluation Process) route of training to become a Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) and for those not seeking certification that would like to build their midwifery knowledge base. Our program provides academic training based on the
core competencies set forth by the Midwives Alliance of North America
*Disclaimer* CPM requirements, and the PEP Process are regulated by the North American Registry of Midwives and change/update frequently. Students are encouraged to check NARM's requirements on a regular bass and educate themselves about both NARM regulations and the laws (or lack there of) that pertain to midwifery in the state they plan to practice in. Midwifery is regulated/unregulated differently in all 50 states. Please visit MANA for information on your state.
Beth Anne Moonstone, MA.ED, CPM (she/her/hers)
is a Midwife, a Certified Professional Midwife (CPM), Midwifery
Instructor, and an experienced college science professor. She has 20
years of experience as a homebirth midwife and doula. Beth holds an AS degree in Midwifery from SWTC (MEAC), a BA from Union University & Institute, and a MA.ED in Natural Science and Environmental Education from Hamline University. Beth has a special interest in experiential education models and strives to provide a variety of different styles of learning in both her classroom time and on-line modules to allow each student to learn in a way that works best for them.
In 1999, she
founded the Midwifery ONE Education program (previously known as
WomanCraft Midwifery Education) to provide an affordable, accessible
route to midwifery training for more women. She has been the lead
instructor in the program for 20 years and has had the honor of
helping many student midwives on their path to becoming midwives.
Beth has a special interest in experiential education models and
strives to provide a variety of different styles of learning in both
her classroom time and on-line modules to allow each student to learn
in a way that works best for them.