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Definition

Contains the process rules that stipulate what is required for completion of a module, stage or program (see also Assessment).

Use You can define assessments for the following objects of the academic structure:

  • Module (object type SM)

  • Program (object type SC)

Assessments (object type CE) are used to monitor the completion of modules, stages, and programs.

For each assessment, you create a scheduled assessment. The assessment and associated scheduled assessment provide the basis for the assessment process.

You can create assessments as follows:

To create assessments for a module or program, go to the SAP Easy Access screen and choose SAP

Menu

.

  • Assessments for a module can also be created in the module catalog

  • Assessments for a program can also be created in the program catalog

When you create a CE object, the system uses the task PICE (Student Lifecycle Management ).

Structure

The obj the

ect

(object type CE) is linked to a program and stage (if specified), or to a module. Since object always belongs to only one higher-level object, an assessment can only be linked to

one program or one module.

The

object contains the following infotypes: Object (1000) Relationships (1001) Description (1002) Sessions of Offering (1739)

In the above infotype, you specify the academic years and assessment periods in which the assessment is normally conducted. You can create a concrete scheduled assessment using the general sessions of offering of an assessment as a basis.

For each session in which a module is offered, you can specify multiple sessions of offering for an assessment, for example:

  • Regular assessment period (after the class period ends)

  • Repeat exam period (before the next session starts)

In this case, you must define your own assessment periods and assign them to the appropriate period group.

If the assessment periods coincide the class periods, you do not have to create assessment periods but can use the class periods as assessment periods.

  • Session Patterns (1751)

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