To become an audiologist, you typically need to complete the following steps:

1.      Obtain a Bachelor's degree: The first step to becoming an audiologist is to obtain a Bachelor's degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders, or a related field, from an accredited university or college.

2.      Complete a Master's degree in Audiology: After completing a Bachelor's degree, the next step is to obtain a Master's degree in Audiology from an accredited university or college. This typically takes two years of full-time study.

3.      Complete a clinical fellowship: After obtaining a Master's degree, you need to complete a clinical fellowship of at least 1,820 hours under the supervision of a licensed audiologist. This typically takes about one year to complete.

4.      Obtain a license: After completing the clinical fellowship, you need to obtain a license to practice audiology in your state or country. The requirements for licensure vary by state or country, but typically involve passing a state or national exam and meeting other eligibility criteria.

5.      Obtain certification: While certification is not required to practice audiology, it is highly recommended by professional organizations such as the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). To obtain certification, you need to meet certain educational and clinical requirements and pass a national exam.

6.      Pursue continuing education: Audiologists are required to complete a certain amount of continuing education units (CEUs) each year to maintain their licensure and certification.

Overall, becoming an audiologist requires a significant amount of education and training, as well as dedication to ongoing professional development.