Department of Maternal and Child Health Nursing


The Department of Maternal and Child Health Nursing (MCHN) is aimed at being a centre of Midwifery excellence through high quality programmes and policies that will produce creative and innovative minds.




To work in collaboration with the faculty to achieve management goals so as to produce students who can provide quality care of patients / clients through research and practice.


A brief description of the available programs of the department:
Programmes offered in the Department of MCHN include:


* Bachelor of Nursing Science (BNSC) – the students of BNSC at the fifth year take the Final Qualifying Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Professional Examinations for Midwives to be registered and licensed to practice as Registered Midwives (RM).

* Post Graduate Diploma – Midwifery- This is a two (2) semester minimum, Four (4) semester maximum, Diploma programme for midwifery.

* The Master of Science in Maternal and Child health Nursing (M. Sc, MCHN), is to produce professional midwives that are capable of providing quality midwifery services on graduation and pursue Doctorate Degree programme in midwifery.

The Department of Nursing Science offers the following programme(s);


* Bachelor of Nursing Science






  • Community Health Nursing
  • Correctional Facility Nursing
  • Dermatology Nursing
  • Developmental Disability Nursing
  • Developmental Diabetics Nursing

Head of Department – Mrs. Maureen Bunadoumene Nkamare (Coordinator)

Academic Staff

S/N Names Rank
1 Nkamare Maureen Bunadoumene Lecturer II view profile
2 Okubusa A. Ayah Lecturer I view profile
3 Teresa Achi Osaji Lecturer I view profile
4 Jimmy Jessica Agada Lecturer II view profile
5 Oniso Juliet Imawaogha Lecturer II view profile

Lecturer Statistics

Professor 0
Associate Professor 0
Senior Lecturer 0
Lecturer I 2
Lecturer II 3
Assistant Lecturer 1
Graduate Assistant 0
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Year 5 Male Students    ——– Female Students    ———

Faculty of nursing

NDU Nursing Programme

Duration: 5 years

Lectures: 10

Quizzes: 3

Pass Percentage: 60

Max Retakes: 5