The graduates of this program are professionals capable of working in the fields of physics related to radiotherapy, diagnostic radiology, and nuclear medicine, through the application of concepts, laws, techniques, models, and methods of medical physics in order to contribute to the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
In addition, these professionals will be capable of being part of research groups within their field, in order to innovate and optimize diagnostic radiology, radiotherapy, and nuclear medicine techniques. They will also be able to comprehend, elaborate, and disseminate research articles and results from their research group.
Bachelors in Medical Physics will be able to participate in work groups in order to advise about equipment used in Medical Physics, as well as guarantee the quality and safety concerning the good use of radiotherapy, diagnostic radiology, and nuclear medicine equipment.
Lastly, they will promote a culture of Radiation Safety for the patient and the occupationally exposed workers.
Upon completion of the program, the graduate will:
Graduates will be able to work at hospitals and medical centers, both in the public and private sector, where ionizing radiation is used for diagnosis and treatment. Likewise, they will be able to do research in specialized centers within their field.
Department of Physics