The Wayne State University School of Medicine's Curriculum Management Committee (CMC) is the institutional entity that oversees the medical education program as a whole and that has responsibility for the design, management, integration, evaluation and enhancement of a coherent and coordinated curriculum.
Its authority originates by delegated powers from the School of Medicine Faculty Executive Committee. The CMC is by design a predominately faculty committee that has full authority and final approval over curriculum for the medical education program leading to the MD degree at WSUSOM. Through its management and oversight of the undergraduate program leading to the Medical Doctor (M.D.) degree, the committee ensures that students learn the requisite knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviors to be well prepared and highly qualified for subsequent medical licensure, postgraduate residency training, and a successful career in the field of medicine.