The program provides solid academic background and understanding of the principles of Midwifery care as well as the opportunity to integrate this learning in a clinical setting, providing the basis for excellence in clinical practice.
Our faculty is comprised of midwifery professors, who also maintain clinical practice and additional faculty who are experts in the social, health and biological sciences
Work closely with practicing midwives and other maternity care providers to ensure a high quality environment for students.
State of the art anatomy lab
Centre for simulation based learning
A robust health science library
Nationally and Internationally recognized educators and researchers
Inter-professional opportunities with learners from other health care professions including physicians, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and social workers.
Clinical placements in a variety of geographical settings.
Graduates are prepared for their role as professional primary healthcare providers
One of only five Canadian universities (and one of only two in Ontario) consistently ranked among the top 100 in the world by the major global ranking systems.
A medical-doctoral, research-intensive university dedicated to teaching, research and service.
The McMaster Model, a student-centred, problem-based, interdisciplinary approach to learning, has been adopted worldwide.
Named Canada's most research-intensive, medical-doctoral university in the October 2017 results from Research Infosource.
Home to more than 70 research centres and institutes.
The only university in Canada to serve as host to the United Nations University through the Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH).
More than 70 international exchange agreements.
World-class athletic facilities; 2011 Vanier Cup national football champions and 2012/2014 Vanier Cup finalists.
300 acres of scenic property.
30-acre central core designated for pedestrians and bicyclists.
The McMaster Forest: 115 acres of natural lands in the Dundas Valley.
Explore the natural beauty in McMaster's own backyard at Nature@McMaster.
At McMaster our purpose is the discovery, communication and preservation of knowledge.
In our teaching, research and scholarship, we are committed to creativity, innovation and excellence.
We value integrity, quality, inclusiveness and teamwork in everything we do.
We inspire critical thinking, personal growth and a passion for lifelong learning.
We serve the social, cultural and economic needs of our community and our society.
Founded in 1887 in Toronto through a bequest from the estate of Senator William McMaster, a member of the first senate after Confederation and founding president of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.
Maroon and grey were adopted as the official colours in 1912.
Relocated from Toronto to Hamilton in 1930.
Celebrated our 125th anniversary in 2012.
Hamilton, Ontario: The Waterfall Capital of Canada.
Close proximity to Toronto and Niagara Falls.
Flourishing local arts community.
Regional campuses in Burlington, Kitchener-Waterloo, Niagara and downtown Hamilton.