The study of hearing, balance, and related diseases is known as audiology. The Bachelors Degree of Audiology offers our students the scientific, technical, healthcare, and professional abilities they will need from university to become an audiologist in addition to the biopsychosocial and technological foundations of audiology. Patients with hearing or balance issues are diagnosed and treated by audiologists, who also evaluate and fit hearing aids. When necessary, audiologists and doctors collaborate closely to send patients to the best specialists for medical or surgical care. As an audiologist, you can work with patients of all ages, from babies to the elderly, and can be found working in clinics, hospitals, schools, and nursing homes.