Student Administration Course Descriptions


AA002: Academic Advising for Departments

  • Prerequisite: None
  • Course Type: Hands-on instructor led training
  • Who should attend: Employees who run and interpret Academic Advising reports

This course provides instruction and hands-on practice in running and interpreting Academic Advising reports.

 

ADM001: Admissions Overview

  • Prerequisite: HCM001
  • Course Type: Presentation plus Q&A 
  • Who should attend: Employees who interface directly with student applicants. This course is not intended for graduate applicant advisers

This course provides instruction and hands-on practice in reviewing basic application and checklist (To-Do's) data for students applying to attend SJSU.

 

ADM017: Graduate Admissions Evaluation Data

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Course Type: Hands-on instructor led training
  • Who should attend: Faculty department advisors responsible for making admissions decisions for their graduate programs

This course provides instruction and hands-on practice in reviewing student data and entering admissions decisions.

 

ADM018: Line by Line Transcript Entry

  • Prerequisite: HCM001
  • Course Type: Hands-on instructor led training
  • Who should attend: Central Admissions staff only

This course provides instruction and hands-on practice in entering transcript information into the PeopleSoft Education page.

 

HCM001: Introduction to HCM 9.0

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Course Type: Presentation plus Q&A
  • Who should attend: Employees who perform Student Administration and/or Human Resources functions for their department and need access to basic SA and/or HR data

This course provides an overview of Oracle/PeopleSoft 9.0 functionality. 

 

MSG101: Advanced Messaging Techniques

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Course Type: Hands-on instructor led training
  • Who should attend: Faculty and Administrative Staff in Academic Departments or Student Services areas

This course provides instruction and hands-on practice in sending MySJSU messages to students via a number of methods; including individually, by class roster, by instructor, and by uploading a file with a list of recipients.

Faculty are automatically granted system access to send messages to their own students. This training course is not required to receive system access.

 

SF007: Student Financials

  • Prerequisite: HCM001
  • Course Type: Hands-on instructor led training
  • Who should attend: Employees who process student financial data

This course provides instruction and hands-on practice in Student Financial Basics, including Search Match, Customer Account Inquiry, Comments, and Service Indicators.

 

SR001: Catalog & Schedule Fundamentals

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Course Type: Hands-on instructor led training
  • Who should attend: Employees who wish to complete SR002, SR101 or SR104

This course provides instruction and hands-on practice in understanding basic records concepts, including Academic Structure, Terms/Sessions, Course Catalog, Course Prerequisites, Schedule of Classes, Holds, Class Permission Numbers, Class Sections, and Combined Sections.

 

SR002: Enrollment Fundamentals

  • Prerequisite: SR001
  • Course Type: Hands-on instructor led training
  • Who should attend: Employees who need to view (only) enrollment data

This course provides instruction and hands-on practice in all aspects of pre-enrollment and enrollment processing, including Student Program/Plan, Enrollment Eligibility, Appointments, Test Scores, Milestones, Student Groups, Student Self Service Enrollment, Student Schedules, Term History, and Class Rosters.

 

SR101: Student Records Basic Processing I

  • Prerequisites: SR001
  • Course Type: Hands-on instructor led training
  • Who should attend: Employees who manually enroll students into classes

This course provides instruction and hands-on practice in understanding and making changes to the Student Program/Plan pages. In addition, you will learn how to Term Activate students, assign Registration Appointments, view Test Scores, Complete a Student Milestone and assign a student to a Student Group.

 

SR102: Student Records Basic Processing II

  • Prerequisites: SR001 and SR101
  • Course Type: Hands-on instructor led training
  • Who should attend: Employees who manually enroll students into classes

This course provides instruction and hands-on practice in manually enrolling students into classes, including both the Self-Service Enrollment and the Staff Enrollment processes. We review both the Self Service Enrollment and Staff Enrollment process. You will learn the different ways to view Class List information and generate reports.

 

SR104: Catalog/Schedule Builders

  • Prerequisite: SR001
  • Course Type: Hands-on instructor led training
  • Who should attend: Department Schedulers who build the Schedule of Classes and staff who review the Course Catalog

This course provides instruction and hands-on practice in updating and maintaining the Course Catalog, and in building the Schedule of Classes.

 

SR104L: Scheduling Open Lab

  • Prerequisite: SR104
  • Course Type: Hands-on practice
  • Who should attend: Any department scheduler who needs help with class scheduling

Open labs are informal sessions where qualified personnel are available to assist department users. Come to this open lab for help with scheduling.

 

SR105: Faculty Introduction to PeopleSoft

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Course Type: Hands-on instructor led training
  • Who should attend: Faculty and department staff only

This course provides instruction and hands-on practice in all aspects of the Faculty Self-Service pages, as well as hold removal, registration information, student class schedule, class permission numbers, and section information.