Add marketing content to a program

To display program information in Course Finder, the content must be uploaded to Campus Solutions. The Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) will then pull the information from Campus Solutions and feed it into the Course Finder application.

A new program cannot have data entered or display in Course Finder unless Marketing, Admissions and International have been advised by Program Management and Compliance that they have set up the program in Campus Solutions.

Step Add or update program information
1 Login to Campus Solutions.
2 Navigation: Main Menu> Curriculum Management> Academic Item Registry> Marketing Attributes

Marketing Attributes page in Campus Solutions

3.1 Search for a program using the Description field.

Note: You can search by either of the following identifiers:

  • FedUni code (i.e. BB5)
  • Award (i.e. Bachelor of Business)
  • National Course Code for TAFE programs (i.e. AHC30110)

Bachelor of Business search results in Campus Solutions

3.2 Alternatively, you can bring up search results for all active programs in a particular School or Faculty by completing the following actions:
  • Click on the magnifying glass next to the Academic Group field
  • Click to select <School or Faculty>
  • In the Description field, type '%'

Search by Academic Group in Campus Solutions

4 Click Search.
5 Select program from the search results.

Academic Group search results in Campus Solutions
6 Add content to the attributes you need to edit. Refer to the Course Finder attributes page to learn more about the content required for each attribute, where they display in Course Finder and who is responsible for maintaining each attribute.

Note: If an attribute is not applicable to the program, leave it blank and the attribute will not display in Course Finder. Do not type 'not applicable' or similar words as it will be displayed in Course Finder and provide a negative user experience.

Marketing Attribute fields.

Tips:
  • To hyperlink, click on the 'Link' icon Hyperlink icon (open page in a new window if you are linking to an external website)
  • If you are editing a large amount of text, click on the 'Maximize' icon Expand icon to enlarge the content area
7 Attach careers to the program.
8Attach study area(s) and stream(s) to the program.
9 Click Save.

Attach careers to a program

This procedure outlines how to attach careers to a program. The careers display in the 'Career opportunities' accordion and are also used to generate the search function for Course Finder.

Note: If you cannot find a career using the look-up tool, you will need to add the career to the master list. Refer to the Add careers to master list procedure.

Step Attach careers to a program
1Navigate to the Marketing Careers attribute.
 
2 In the Career Code field, click on the magnifying glass.

Marketing Careers field
3

In the Description field, type <career> and click Look Up.

Marketing Careers look-up tool

4 Click to select <career> from the results.
5 Click on the + button to add further careers.
 


Note: To delete careers, click on the - button.

Attach study area(s) and stream(s) to a program

This procedure outlines how to attach study areas and streams to a program. This will align the program with the study areas and stream on the Course Finder application.

Note: If you cannot find a study area or stream using the look-up tool, you will need to add it  to the master list. Refer to the Add new study area or stream procedure.

Step Attach study area and stream to a program
1 Navigate to the Study Area and Stream attribute.
 
2 In the Study Area Code field, click on the magnifying glass.
3

In the Study Area search box, type <first letter of the study area> and click Look Up.

4 Click to select <study area> from the results.
5 In the Stream Code field, click on the magnifying glass.

6 Click to select <stream> from the results.
7 Tick the Primary checkbox if the study area and stream is the primary for the program
 

For example: The primary study area and stream for the Bachelor of Outdoor Education is Sport, outdoor and physical education> Physical and outdoor education. The secondary study area and stream is Education and early childhood> Secondary teaching.

Note: If a program has only one study area and stream relevant, you must tick the Primary field.

8 Click on the + button to add study areas and streams
Note: Click the - button to delete study areas and streams