The Pathways tab displays a list of all pathways in the system, as well as the Duplicated Associations and Unassociated Students. Each pathway listed includes the pathway name, the assigned program, and the number of students that were last associated with each pathway. The pathway list can be searched and also exported using the icon on the right side.
The "Show All" button toggles the list view back and forth between showing all catalog versions of pathways and collapsing them into a single row per pathway name. When collapsed, the student count includes all versions.
Clicking on the Duplicated Associations button will open the list of pathways with duplicated configuration.
Students are associated with their respective pathways based upon their program, major, and/or concentration. These association elements are configured for each pathway. If more than one pathway has the exact same configuration, the system cannot accurately determine which pathway is appropriate. The Duplicated Associations feature highlights these conflicts in the configuration.
Clicking on the Unassociated Students button will open a breakdown of this number by program/major/concentration. Using this information, you can make sure to create or edit pathways to include as many students as possible.
Students that are not associated with a pathway are not creating any demand for courses, which impacts Predict’s ability to forecast future course needs. The Unassociated Students feature shows the number of students that are not getting a pathway.
Clicking the name of a pathway on the Pathway tab will open the Versions tab that displays the existing catalog versions (or effective terms) of the pathway. You can also open the Student list by clicking on the Student Count.
By clicking the term, you will see the pathway details including the sequenced list of courses and/or groups required to complete the pathway (also known as the rules). The calculated total credits to complete the pathway (based on the "credit hours" specified per row) is included in the Credit Hours column header.
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