Robert McLauchlin (MARA 2011) received a promotion after earning his MARA degree. He now works as a records and information governance lead for an oil and gas company based in Canada.
The fully online Master of Archives and Record Administration (MARA) program at the San José State University School of Library and Information Science prepares students for careers as archivists, records managers, or information professionals who are ready to work in the emerging field of electronic records and digital asset management. MARA students learn to use sophisticated technologies to organize, preserve, and provide access to a growing volume of digital and analog assets.
The MARA program was designed to prepare graduates to take both the Certified Records Manager examination administered by the Institute of Certified Records Managers and the Certified Archivist examination administered by the Academy of Certified Archivists. Read more about the MARA curriculum.
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Questions? Please contact MARA Program Coordinator Dr. Pat Franks. Dr. Franks will be glad to answer your questions about the MARA program.