Welcome Applicants! Thank you for your interest in our School of Medicine. Prospective students will be primarily drawn from a national pool of applicants with a focus on disadvantaged California and Inland Empire resident. The MD program at the California University of Science and Medicine offers a system-based curriculum where the basic science disciplines are taught in the context of clinical presentations. This allows the student to see first hand how the basic sciences are linked to the practice of medicine.

To this end, candidates who have keen observational skills, are logical, possess comprehensive analytical abilities, compassion, integrity, and good interpersonal skills are strongly encouraged to apply. In order to assess the personal qualities of applicants, CalMed utilizes a holistic review system in the admission review process.

MD Program Admissions

We are excited to announce that the MD Program at the California University of Science and Medicine - School of Medicine (CUSM), is now accepting applications for the Class of 2024 that will be matriculating in the Fall of 2020. We received preliminary accreditation from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) on February 14, 2018. Our institution is now active and listed in the 2019-2020 AMCAS Application.. Applicants are now able to submit their application and designate our school through AMCAS.

We would like to take a moment to introduce you to who we are and what makes us unique.

We have developed an exceptional curriculum that focuses on the integration of the basic and clinical sciences in the context of clinical presentations.

Students are provided with Voice-Over-PowerPoint presentations, created by faculty, to supplement their studies.

The curriculum is focused on an active learning model that employs flipped-classroom pedagogy, labs, small-group learning, and clinical presentations.

Students will be assigned to Colleges (Learning Communities) and provided with both basic-science and clinical mentors.

Our class will have space for 120 students.

We have assembled a dynamic and exciting group of medical educators, trained in basic and medical sciences, the majority of whom hold both MD and PhD degrees.

We will soon break ground for a state of the art $40,000,000 medical education building to be built next to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton, CA. Our current 40,000 square foot facility located at 217 E. Club Center Dr., Suite A, San Bernardino, CA 92408, serves as the temporary location as the new medical education building is constructed.

We are offering an innovative extracurricular Arts in Medicine Program for students, faculty, and staff.

Contact Admissions Office

California University of Science and Medicine
217 E Club Center Dr., Suite A
San Bernardino, CA 92408