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Heather Jensen is an Audiologist and Clinical Assistant Professor for Utah state University. She received her Doctorate of Audiology from Arizona School of Health Sciences in 2004. She has been an adviser for the student academy of audiology organization at USU for 11 years. Before coming to USU, she owned her own private practice, but decided she wanted to give back to the field of audiology by teaching students. When she's not working she spends time with her four children.

Posted July 14, 2015, 8 a.m. by Heather Jensen | View Comments
Top 5 Reasons to Major in Communicative Disorders or Deaf Studies

Choosing a major is difficult, which is why many people end up changing their major multiple times before walking across the stage to accept their diplomas. It's intimidating to choose something that will affect the rest of your life and determine the kinds of jobs that you'll take. You don't want to be stuck in some dead-end job, but rather you want to find something that you'll enjoy doing and will become more than a paycheck for you. You should consider majoring in communicative disorders or deaf studies for the following benefits: 1. A Rewarding Career One of the greatest ...