Info for Current VT Students

CMDA

Progress Towards Degree

The CMDA degree program closely adheres to the University’s Policy 91, which is designed to make sure students stay on track for their chosen major and continue to make progress during their time at Virginia Tech. See below for the progress towards degree requirements for the CMDA majors. This can also be found on your checksheet.

  • Upon having attempted 72 semester credits (including transfer, AP, advanced standing, credit by examination, course withdrawal) majors must have completed the following courses with grades of C- or better in two or fewer attempts (including attempts that were withdrawn):
    • MATH 1225
    • MATH 1226
    • MATH 2114
    • CMDA 2005 or (STAT 3005 & MATH 2204)
    • CMDA 2006 or (STAT 3006, STAT 3104 and MATH 2214)
  • Upon having attempted 72 semester credits (including transfer, AP, advanced standing, credit by examination, course withdrawal) majors must have completed the following courses with grades of C or better in two or fewer attempts (including attempts that were withdrawn): CS 1114; CS 2114. 
  • Upon having attempted 90 semester credits, students must have an in-major GPA of 2.0 or better.

CMDA Major Requirements

Checksheets list the requirements a student must fulfill in order to obtain a degree in their intended major and degree program. On these you will find required courses, GPA requirements, and more.

 Flowcharts of coursework are a more visually appealing way to visualize your coursework during your time at Virginia Tech in CMDA. Below are flowcharts for each of our CMDA options.

Code Trouble with Your Homework?

 The CMDA Computing Consultants are a team of CMDA majors who offer coding help to CMDA students. To check out their hours, locations, and other details about the Computing Consultants’ services, please visit their webpage.

 

Course Offerings

 For information on courses offered in Nanomedicine, please refer to the course catalog.