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[ARC] Assessment Resources Center -- Assessment at CSUN

College Resources

OFFICE OF THE DEAN

DEAN'S CIRCLE EXECUTIVE BOARD

SUPPORT THE COLLEGE

RECENT HIGHLIGHTS

ASSESSMENT RESOURCE CENTER [ARC]

RAVI K. & AMALIA SAWHNEY CREATIVE EXCELLENCE AWARD

ARTS COUNCIL FOR CSUN

 

Academic Programs

ART

CINEMA AND TELEVISION ARTS

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

JOURNALISM

MUSIC

THEATRE

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

 

Student Resources

STUDENT RESOURCE CENTER/EOP

ROADMAPS TO GRADUATION

CENTERS/SPECIAL PROGRAMS

INFORMATION FOR NEW FRESHMEN


College Vision

The College of Arts, Media, and Communication is inspired by the shared belief that art is communication, that communication is an art, and that art and communication are essential pillars for building and maintaining community.

Assessment Resource Center [ARC]

Assessment at CSUN

University Fundamental Learning Competencies

GE Student Learning Outcomes

AACL  AY-Calendar Meeting Schedule

 

Assessment in the College

Why Do Assessment?
[Levels of Assessment | Effective Assessment]

College Student Learning Outcomes

List of PLOs by Department

Assessment Process

College Alignment Matrix

Department Alignment Matrices
[doc file]

Archived Reports

 

Assessment Forms

College Annual Assessment Reporting Form [doc file]

Program Assessment Feedback Form
[docx file]

5-year Planning Template Plan B
[doc file]

5-year Planning Template Plan C
[doc file]

Alignment Matrix Template
[doc file]

 

Other Resources

Suggestions for Closing the Loop

Assessment Terms and Definitions

Sample Rubrics
[docx file]

GE Recertification File

Office of Academic Assessment and Program Review

Accreditation Organizations

 

University Fundamental Learning Competencies

[download a printable doc version of this document]

What matters about college? What will students know and be able to do upon completing their degrees at California State University, Northridge? What difference can college make in the lives students as diverse as the pathways of their education? Core Learning Competencies are the skills, knowledge, and abilities which every student can expect to have the opportunity to achieve through their college experience: from learning opportunities in their major academic programs, from breadth and connections made within and through their general education choices, as well as through co-curricular learning experiences. Major programs, general education choices and co-curricular experiences build on what the student brings to college to uniquely shape the student who emerges.

California State University, Northridge is committed to Fundamental Learning Competencies as fundamental goals of the collegiate experience. Fundamental Learning Competencies define the skills, knowledge and abilities which every student can expect to have the opportunity to achieve upon completing their degrees, regardless of major. The student will find these goals embedded and inter-connected throughout the entire curriculum, in general education and major fields of study, and in the many co-curricular opportunities the campus affords.