Grouping in DARwin What can we group in DARwin? Grouping courses via separate sub-requirements Grouping courses in a single sub-requirement Grouping requirements on the Degree Program screen (Margo)
Why do we use grouping sub- requirement? Unable to use separate sub-requirements for each group More than 32 groups Need to establish the groups for further testing
MATCHCTL = G, B, or ; MATCHCTL = G Group MATCHCTL = B Group – first course required MATCHCTL = ; Range and Group All 3 MATCHCTL can be used in one sub- requirement
Example – Goal 5 Goal 5 requirement: 9 credits from 3 areas of History & Social Sciences required with a minimum of 2 credits from each area. Areas are: Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, or Sociology
Encoding Group Processing on the requirement that houses the LIST.
Encoding GRP: enables grouping control HCMIN: Minimum count/credit that each group must have HCMAX: Maximum count/credit that each group can have GRPMIN: Minimum course groups required when grouping is activated GRPMAX: Maximum course groups accepted when grouping is activated
Encoding If you require count, your group control (GRP) must be set to C – High to low total course count If you require hours, your group control (GRP) must be set to H – High to low total course hours
Self-Defining Groups Example: Music requires 7 credits of a single instrument – 2 of these credits have to be at the 2000 level Piano = MUSC1201 MUSC2201 Flute = MUSC1209 MUSC2209 Clarinet =MUSC1202 MUSC2202 MUSC*2%0 No need for the last % - DARS know what to do
Self-Defining Groups - Music MUSC*2%0 Needs a match control of G
Self-Defining Groups - Music MUSC22%0 It does not need a match control of G NO GROUP CONTROL
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