The undergraduate admission function provides an annual student cohort of the highest possible quality to the campus undergraduate education tract. The graduate admission function provides individual students of the highest possible quality to each academic department. Both functions are composed of four sub-processes: recruitment, application, evaluation, and provision. The undergraduate and graduate functions make use of different application groups to accomplish these sub-processes. The data stores maintained by these processes serve as systems-of-record for many other campus functions, especially those dealing with student intake and provisioning.
Business problem statement
A short description of the important business problems relating to the domain and how they are addressed in the target architecture.
Applications deployed within the business domain
A table listing currently deployed applications.
Domain service qualities
A description of the service qualities that are important for each business domain and how they are achieved in the target architecture.
Any important directions identified for systems within the domain.