The Bachelor of Science in Speech and Hearing Sciences at Washington State University is an innovative program that combines the fundamentals of communication sciences with a comprehensive understanding of hearing and speech health. This four-year degree provides students with the opportunity to gain a detailed knowledge of the disorders that affect speech, language, cognition, and hearing. Students can also pursue specialty areas such as audiology or speech-language pathology by choosing from a range of electives tailored to their interests. The program culminates in a capstone project where students present their research findings or clinical outcomes to faculty members. Graduates from this program are well-equipped for careers as speech-language pathologists or audiologists, allowing them to make meaningful contributions towards improving communication abilities in individuals suffering from disabilities while providing excellent professional opportunities.