Module Diets and Module Registration
What is a module diet and how does it work?
- A ‘Prescribed’ diet of modules is completed for all full time courses when the course is validated. The information from the course documentation is then taken and entered onto e:Vision to construct the diet ready for on line module registration
- Modules have a status of ‘Core’ or ‘Core Option’
- Core modules are integral to the outcomes of a course and must be studied and passed
- Core Option modules are strongly related to the outcomes of a course and there is usually a specific number of this type to choose from in a defined group of modules
- Each module listed in the module diet is linked to a specific iteration when the module will take place. For example, semester one, semester two or year long
- Part time students choose their own pace of study and as such no formal diet is set up. In this case the student needs to enter their own module code/s. Information on codes can be found in the course guide
- Registration of modules takes place on line through e:Vision as part of the enrolment process. Students should enrol on the course each year and then click the module registration link. Enrolment alone does not mean a student is ‘automatically registered’ onto modules
- After completing the module registration process a confirmation email will be sent to the student confirming the modules that have been registered.
Additional information for staff