Planner Of Studies with module plan - examination regulations view
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Setting your planning tool to the examination regulations view lets you view all the courses and examinations offered in your study programme. The planner will already be set to your current study programme semester and the current semester period. You can view all courses and examinations listed in the examination regulations, sorted by semester. Additionally, during the registration period you can register for coursers or examinations from here.
Read the corresponding article to learn more about the viewing and editing options for this set-up.
After selecting a study programme as described in the Planner Of Studies with module plan - Overview article, you will be shown your examination regulations as in the attached screen shot.
|If you would like to switch to the module plan view, simply click on the Show module plan button.|
|If you are enrolled in other study programmes, you may switch to another study programme by going to the table view. Please read the Planner Of Studies with module plan - overview article to learn more.|
|An extra print version of your planning tool information is available in the examination regulations view. Simply click on the Print view field.|
|In the dropdown menu Study programme semester your current study programme semester is preset. By selecting All, you will be shown all available courses and examinations offered as part of the study programme.
Select a certain semester to display specifically courses and examinations of a study programme semester in the examination regluations structure.
|You may select the study programme semester that you want to view using the Events menu. All course and examination dates assigned to individual modules refer to this semester.|
|If you want to view the tree structure of the examination regulations with modules, sub-modules and examinations only, you can choose to Hide courses by clicking on the appropriate button. The tree will collapse, offering a simplified view with fewer levels.|
|If you want to view the tree structure of the examination regulations with modules, sub-modules and courses only, you can choose to Hide examinations by clicking on the appropriate button. The tree will collapse, offering a simplified view with fewer levels.|
|By entering a search item in the Search the examination regulations field it is possible to display only those elements of the examination regulations structure containing a certain term.|
|In order to expand the entire tree at once, including all levels, simply click on Expand all. Collapse the entire tree by clicking on Collapse all wählen.|
|In the Examination regulations structure - Study programme semester column, you may view the accounts, modules, sub-modules, courses and examinations with their parallel groups as a hierarchically organised tree structure.|
|In the Actions column, you will see all editing options that are available for each element listed in the examination regulations - generally at the course and examination level. Usually, you will be shown whether you can/should register for a course or an examination because of the icon displayed for this purpose.|
|In this column, you can view the Status of the action you have completed for any element of the examination regulations that you have already edited, e.g. whether you have registered for or withdrawn from a course or an examination.|
|Not only courses are shown in the Planner Of Studies but also examinations and courseworks .|
|Click on the course or examination link in order to access the detailed view of courses or examinations for further information.|
|You can recognize a course or an examination offered in the selected semester by the parallel groups and examination dates which are available.|
|If a course or an examination doesn't take place during the selected semester, you can only see its title. There are no parallel groups available.|
|Items such as lectures or examinations, which, in the examination regulations, are assigned to multiple elements like modules, will only be shown for one event in the examination regulations. They are marked by the corresponding icon. If this item appears anywhere else in the examination regulations, it will be marked by an arrow symbol in front of the title. Please refer to the Multiple allocations article to learn more about this.|
|Usually, you can switch to the detailed view of a course or an examination by clicking on the item title. In case of examination regulations items assigned to multiple elements there is no hyperlink available. Use the icon for this purpose.|
|The Register button in the Actions column is available for all courses and examinations that you may register for during the relevant semester.
The Withdraw button in the Actions column is available for all courses and examinations that you have registered for but want to withdraw from. Please note that you must do so within the registration period.
Multiply allocated modules, courses or examinations are marked by an arrow symbol in the examination regulations. If you haven't completed any performance assessments or if your applications status shows "admitted", you can view the sub-structure at all relevant places within the examination tree.
Register for examinations offered by external departments, International Office (IO), Centre for Transferable Skills (SQ) and the Language Institute (SLI), as well as examinations which are not intended for the own examination regulations
In the university course catalogue you can find courses offered by one of the institutions Centre for Transferable Skills (SQ), International Office (IO) the Language Institute (SLI), as well as by foreign or the own department which are not foreseen in the examination regulations. Starting from there, you can start the registration process.
However, examinations are not listed in the university course catalogue. If you want to perform achievements in one of the departments or institutions mentioned above, you can find headings or accounts in your examination regulations which list the examinations offered somewhere else. In the corresponding sub-structures of the examination regulations you can start the registration process as usual.
See an example for an examination regulation with an account for examinations that are irrelevant for the own regulation structure below.
|In your examination regulations structure you can find one/several account(s) or heading(s) under which the offers of foreign departments and institutions can be reached. The title can vary, depending on the examination regulations structure.|
|Click on the Show structure button to load all examinations of this section.|
|The elements of the electives are ordered by the the examination number.|
|If the elective contains a couple of elements you canbrowse the result list by clicking on the arrow icons. If you know the examinations title you can search for it by entering it in the search field and clicking on Search in Electives.|
|Start the registration process by clicking on the Register button.|