Academic Advisement Fundamentals Rel 9.2 Ed 4 Course Overview

Academic Advisement Fundamentals Rel 9.2 Ed 4 Course Overview

The Academic Advisement Fundamentals Rel 9.2 Ed 4 course provides comprehensive training on the PeopleSoft Academic Advisement module. It is designed to help learners understand the core structures and processes necessary to implement and manage academic advisement within an educational institution. The course covers a range of topics, from the basic building blocks of academic advisement to more complex features like program guides and advisement self-service.

Participants will learn how to define degree requirements, set up advisement reports, and make use of expanded conditions for tailoring academic advice. The course also delves into integration with other systems, rule tracking, and how to handle exceptions and overrides to meet individual student needs. Through practical lessons and modules, learners will develop the skills to effectively support students in their academic journeys, enhancing the performance of academic advisement services within their institutions. By mastering the tools and concepts taught in this course, users will be able to optimize the PeopleSoft Academic Advisement system for improved student guidance and institutional efficiency.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in the Academic Advisement Fundamentals Rel 9.2 Ed 4 course, participants should meet the following minimum prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of the higher education sector and its academic structures.
  • Familiarity with PeopleSoft applications, particularly the navigation and basic functionality of PeopleSoft Campus Solutions.
  • General knowledge of educational advising practices and terminology.
  • Ability to understand relational database concepts and how they apply to PeopleSoft applications.
  • Some experience with or exposure to SQL and PeopleSoft Query for generating reports and extracting data.
  • Comfort with using web-based software and performing administrative tasks within a software application.
  • Willingness to engage with the course material and participate in hands-on activities to apply the concepts learned.

Please note that while these prerequisites are designed to provide a foundation for the course, a positive attitude and a commitment to learning are equally important for a successful training experience.

Target Audience for Academic Advisement Fundamentals Rel 9.2 Ed 4

The "Academic Advisement Fundamentals Rel 9.2 Ed 4" course is designed for professionals involved in student academic planning and reporting.

  • Academic Advisors
  • Student Services Staff
  • IT Professionals in Educational Institutions
  • PeopleSoft Administrators and Consultants
  • Registrars and Enrollment Managers
  • Curriculum Planners
  • Academic Compliance Officers
  • Educational Software Developers
  • Business Analysts in Education Sector
  • Higher Education Policy Makers
  • Student Information System Coordinators

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Academic Advisement Fundamentals Rel 9.2 Ed 4?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes

The Academic Advisement Fundamentals Rel 9.2 Ed 4 course equips students with comprehensive skills for managing advisement within PeopleSoft, including setup, integration, and generating reports.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the functionality and features of PeopleSoft Academic Advisement and how it integrates with other PeopleSoft and third-party systems.
  • Identify key implementation resources and describe the Academic Advisement business process.
  • Learn the basic building blocks of Academic Advisement, including academic structure and the use of math and connector types in setting up rules.
  • Set up and manage advisement reports, including creating individual and batch reports, and understand the process for purging old reports.
  • Configure Academic Advisement Self Service for student access and update self-service advisement reports.
  • Define and set up course lists that are utilized in academic advisement to meet degree requirements.
  • Understand and define academic requirements, requirement parameters, line types, and their item parameters.
  • Set up and manage academic requirement groups, including appending plans to requirement groups.
  • Utilize the Program Guide feature, understanding its setup and application within the advisement process.
  • Generate and interpret various advisement rule tracking reports, including reverse engineering and condition table reports.
  • Create expanded conditions, including entity groups and dynamic conditions, to tailor degree requirements.
  • Manage exceptions and overrides, such as course substitutions, waivers, and parameter changes, and create individualized student plans.