The Faculty of Medicine offers 9 undergraduate programs oriented to respond effectively and innovatively to the health needs of Chile and the world. These programs integrate education, research, and service assistance, all of them with a clear imprint of humanities.
We train professionals of excellence with solid theoretical-professional knowledge and clinical competencies who focus their actions on people, whom they appreciate in their human, biological, psychological, and social dimensions.
We train professionals with social responsibility and ethical criteria who apply their leadership capacities to providing care to individuals, families, and communities.
We train comprehensive professionals able to perform with excellence in clinical physical rehabilitation and prepared to carry out health promotion and research, as well as to manage clinical services.
We train professionals capable of contributing to the oral health of people´s life cycle, through the diagnosis and treatment of oral pathologies, education, and promotion of healthy lifestyles.
We train professionals capable of performing, developing, and validating tests and procedures in the different specialties, with a global vision of their discipline that allows them to adapt perfectly to the labor demands of the country, and prepared to develop new technologies.
We train high-level professionals, with innovation and leadership skills, appreciated for their dedication to serving, professional ethics, and commitment to the scientific and social development of the country. The high employability and recognition in the different areas of nutrition, including personal enterprises, is and evidence of the above.
We train professionals able to recommend healthy lifestyles, and able to propose health policies and therapeutical and rehabilitation strategies that cover all the needs of the population.
We train professionals capable of responding to the challenges of sexual and reproductive health of all social groups in an inclusive manner, attending to sexual diversity, people with special needs, and the third age and fourth age population.