Train professionals with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to assist in troubleshooting diagnostic conditions that afflict humans, using, for this purpose, scientific and technological advances made in this branch of medicine, enabling them to:
Select and perform radiologic and imaging studies relevant to particular conditions, and properly interpret the results thereof.
Responsibly perform the diagnostic procedures used in medical treatment such as conventional radiography, ultrasonography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging or procedures of interventional radiology practice.
Perform techniques and specific methods for diagnostic studies of cardiovascular, ob-gyn, cancer or neurological nature.
Contribute in the decision-making process to establish the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of diseases that affect humans, through the proper use of various radiology and imaging procedures showing the different organ systems of the human body, which contribute to acquiring information on morphology, dynamics and pathology.
Promote the integration, transfer and development of knowledge in the field of specialization, through processes of teaching and research.
Practice their profession with high ethical and humanistic standards.