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You can create a new module using an existing module as a template. To do so choose this

module from the object manager selection area, and then choose

(

).

3.

T o c r e a t e a m o d u l e w i t h o u t u s i n g a t e m p l a t e , c h o o s e

(

).

4. 5.

The

appears.

Enter an

and a

for the module.

Enter the required data on the respective tab pages:

Description Capacity

General description of the module

Minimum, optimum and maximum capacity of the module

Disciplines Module credits

Field of study of the module

Minimum, optimum and maximum credits for the module

Fee calculation data Module attributes

Data for calculation of student fees

Academic level, category, and repetition type of the module

Relationships

Relationships between the module and other objects

To link a module with

or

, choose

(

).

Further information

Evaluation and cost distribution data

Choose

(

).

6.

Choose

(

).

1.

From the SAP menu, choose .

2. 3.

Select the module you want to change using the object manager.

To change the selected module, choose

(

).

The

screen appears

4.

M a i n t a i n t h e r e q u i r e d i n f o t y p e s o f t h e m o d u l e , a n d s a v e t h e c h a n g e s i n e a c h i n f o t y p e b y c h o o s i n g

(

).

Procedure 1. From the SAP menu, choose

The

. screen appears The module catalog uses the object manager, which is a

2.

convenient user tool for object search and selection. Select a module using the object manager.

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