University Learning Goals
Mapping of MARA Program Learning Outcomes (Core Competencies)
MARA Core Competencies listed for each University Learning Goal are associated with at least one required course on the grid below. There may be additional courses that address each competency.
|University Learning Goals||MARA Program Learning Outcomes (Core Competencies)||Supporting Course||MARA Courses Mapped to SLOs and Program Learning Outcomes (Core Competencies)|
|SJSU Mission||MARA Core Competencies||MARA Course Descriptions||MARA Core Map|
|The depth of knowledge required for a degree as appropriate to the discipline.||A-J||MARA 289||MARA 289 required of all students.|
|Integrative Knowledge and Skills|
|Mastery in each step of an investigative, creative or practical project (e.g. brainstorming, planning, formulating hypotheses or complex questions, designing, creating, completing, and communicating), with integration and/or across disciplines.
An ability to articulate the potential impacts of results or findings from a particular work or field in a societal context.
|D, E and F||
D – MARA 211 and 284 (IA)*
E – MARA 284 (IG)*
D, F, MARA 204
D, E – MARA 210, 249 and 283
|MARA 204, 210, 211, 249, 283, 284 (IA)* and 284 (IG)* required of all students.|
|Fluency with specific theories, assumptions, foundational knowledge, analytical and interpretive protocols, tools and technologies appropriate to the discipline or field of study.
Skills necessary for mastery of a discipline at a level appropriate to the degree and leading to lifelong learning, including critical and creative thinking and practice, effective communication, thorough and ethical information gathering and processing, competence with quantitative and/or qualitative methodologies, and productive engagement in collaborative activities.
|C, E, F and H||
F – MARA 204
C, H – MARA 211
C, E, H – MARA 210 and 249
|MARA 204, MARA 210, 211 and 249 required of all students.|
|Applied Knowledge and Skills|
|An ability to apply theory, practice and problem solving to new materials, settings and problems.||D and F||
D – MARA 210, 211, 249, 283, 284 (IG)*
D, F – MARA 204
|MARA 204, 210, 211, 249, 283, and 284 (IG)* required of all students.|
|Social and Global Responsibilities|
|An ability to consider the purpose and function of one’s degree program training within various local and/or global social contexts and to act intentionally, conscientiously and ethically with attention to diversity and inclusion.||A, B, G, J and MLIS Electives||
A, B, G, J – MARA 200
G, J – MARA 204
J – MARA 283
Note: MARA Students may take 12 units of elective credit from MARA or INFM courses approved by advisor or MLIS electives from an approved list.
|MARA 200, 204, and 283 required of all MARA students. Twelve units of elective credit must be selected by students from an approved list.|
* Each student is required to take MARA 284, Seminar in Archives and Records Management, topic Information Governance during the fall term and MARA 284, Seminar in Archives and Records management, topic Information Assurance during the spring term.