B.S. does not mean Bachelors Science Degree
Correct me if I am mistaken, but the CAMB says on their website that if a pre-existing university adds an "English language" program, the English language program is NOT CA approved unless the board does whatever it needs to do to approve it = lenthy, expensive on-site visit(s) mountains of paperwork, etc, etc.
Thus, an old well established university that was created for and historically has trained doctors for its own country English language program(even if it mirrors the native language program) is not approved.
Why; IMO, to make it as difficult as possible for english speaking US citizens to become doctors licensed in CA. Interestingly enough, US citizens with family/language ability can and do study at those universities and are ok for CA.
Your opinions and comments are invited
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