system accordingly, you can use a user-defined time limit whose function corresponds to that of the standard time limit .)
The SAP System uses the company code of the top organizational unit in the following processes:
When creating the student account to be used in Student Accounting
The SAP System automatically creates a student account (contract account) when you create a
student if you have made the required setting in Customizing for
in the section
For all postings made in Student Accounting
supports only one
company code per client. Student Accounting always uses the company code of the top organizational unit even if you have assigned a different company code to the lower-level organizational units.
You define the top organizational unit in Customizing for in the section →→
Before you can define the top organizational unit, you must map your university’s organizational
plan in the SAP System using the
In most cases, you will define the root organizational unit of your organizational structure as the top organizational unit. However, you do not have to.
Create an academic calendar for the top organizational unit and enter the dates for time limit (or for a user-defined time limit whose function corresponds to that of time limit 0100). For more information, see Academic Calendar.
If you use Student Accounting in your system, assign the appropriate company code to your top
organizational unit. To do so, choose →
→ from the
. On the
screen, choose the organizational unit defined as the top organizational
unit and enter the appropriate on the
Definition Application that enables you to create and administer the programs offered by your university.
In the program catalog, you can create, structure, and manage the programs offered by a university. Special symbols indicate which modules are mandatory items or core subjects of a program. The program catalog uses the object manager, which is a convenient user tool for object search and selection.
The program catalog contains all the programs (object type SC) offered by an organizational unit (object type O). The programs in the program catalog are described by the module groups (object type CG), modules (object type SM), and business event types (object type D) assigned to them.
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