The Bachelor of Arts in Science Communication at Washington State University is a four-year program that provides students with the knowledge and skills required to effectively communicate scientific research and topics to the public. The curriculum features a blend of coursework from science, writing, and communication disciplines, giving students an interdisciplinary understanding of how to effectively communicate complex scientific concepts to diverse audiences. During this program, students will also develop practical skills such as data analysis, visual storytelling, and digital media production which can be applied to various mediums including video, radio, or web content. Graduates from this program are well-prepared for careers in science communication in media outlets or educational institutions where they can contribute to creating meaningful connections between science and society. With an emphasis on creative problem solving and critical thinking skills, this degree is an excellent opportunity for aspiring professionals who want to make a difference in the field of science communication.