The requirements that a student must satisfy can come from a single requirement catalog. They can also come from different requirement catalogs. For example, a university’s general academic requirements can be specified in one requirement catalog while the special program requirements of each faculty can be outlined in separate requirement catalogs.
You can link the general academic requirements with the top organizational unit of .
Integration The audit program uses the:
Functions for performance index calculation and selection methods for index-dependent
Functions for conditions and selection methods for index-independent subrequirements
Functions for key figuresfor auxiliary conditions
When you edit a requirement catalog at the application level, you can assign this requirement catalog (concrete) requirements to which you can then assign subrequirements or auxiliary conditions. You can
create new requirement elements or use existing ones. For existing subrequirements and auxiliary
conditions, you can use the
When you create a subrequirement, you first define whether this subrequirement is index-dependent or index-independent. An index-dependent subrequirement is based on one or more performance indices; an index-independent subrequirement is based on a condition. This subrequirement category determines which elements you can assign to the subrequirement:
Elements of an index-dependent subrequirement:
Performance indices and their target values The system uses a performance index, for example, to determine the number of modules taken or the number of credits earned.
Filters for selection of academic work objects The system uses a filter, for example, to determine the academic work objects that belong to a specific category or discipline. You use the category or discipline as a parameter.
Selection method for module proposals
The system uses a selection method to determine the modules a student needs to book in order to satisfy the subrequirement. The system proposes all the modules the student is able to take.
Elements of an index-independent subrequirement:
Conditions (implementation of the business add-in
The system uses a condition, for example, to determine if the student has submitted a dissertation or taken academic work in a specific category.
Selection method for module proposals (see above)
When you create filters or conditions, the system proposes the parameters which are assigned to these filters or conditions in Customizing. Each parameter is listed in a separate line.
You must enter a value for the parameters which are not optional. Optional parameters can retain their initial values. If input help is defined for a parameter in Customizing for , you can use this here.
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