You can view the individual work item assigned to a student in the student file using program content.
Definition Combination of modules that enable you to structure a program of study.
In a module group (object type CG), you can combine modules (object type SM) and module groups. You can assign module groups to the programs offered at your university and set up a program structure.
Structure A module group has the following dependencies:
A module group can be assigned to one or more programs (object type SC)
A module group can be assigned one or more module groups
A module group can be assigned modules (object type SM)
When you create a new module group or maintain an existing module group, you create or change the following infotypes for the module group:
Creating/Maintaining Module Groups
A functional unit of a university, e.g. a faculty. Depending on how tasks are organized, an organizational unit of a university can be an institute, a department, or a research team.
You use organizational units (object type O) to map your university’s functional units. By assigning organizational units to one another, you create an organizational structure.
You must define the top organizational unit in the root organizational unit of your organizational structure
system. This is usually the
uses the functions of the component for creation and maintenance of organizational units. You can access these functions from the SAP menu by choosing
→→ →→ . For more information, see in Organizational Management.
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