Over the years, I've watched as more nursing and medical education has gone online. I've known about Oceania University of Medicine for some time, and of course Eastern Virginia Medical School offers some non-MD programs entirely online (Doctor of Health Science and some others) but somehow I hadn't heard about IUHS (International University of the Health Sciences) until recently. Apparently, IUHS is an entirely online Medical school that, according to them, has graduates licensed and working in 28 states. The way I was told it works, is the first two years are done entirely online (the basic sciences), and then the next two years are all clinical/rotations in residency. Sounds cool until you start thinking about issues like, some states outright refusing to license an MD who has had any significant portion of their training done online (I believe Indiana is one of those states). Then you think about well-respected hospitals hanging up on students trying to get a residency when they hear how the first two years were learned. It's already hard enough for U.S. based offline MD students to get residencies right off, imagine trying to get one through this kind of setup? Hell, imagine spending 80 grand only to get shutout everywhere and never be able to practice? Seems like a big risk of both time and money. What do you think about it?