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I'm developing a web application to help conduct assessments for a college. I have several components in the application:

Component Description
Content Deals with the management of the content (questions that will be used in assessments later) for each course and allows organizing them into categories.
Exams/Assessment Helps create tests/exams from the content/questions created in the Content component and then schedule and assign them to the right audience.
Evaluation This component takes care of evaluating test responses, calculating scores and grading.
Users Manages user accounts (students, teachers and administrators) in the system.

However, there is one unnamed component. What it takes care of is:

  • Managing (adding, removing, updating) the programs offered by the college and the courses within these programs.

  • It also controls the students' enrollments and defines how long they are valid. This includes both admission to a new program and promotion to a further academic term within a program.

  • It associates students with one or more programs during a timespan (academic year).

  • This component will help determine if a student's enrollment is current or is expired (of an academic term that has already passed by).

  • In other words, it determines the relationship with the college programs and students by tracking them across multiple academic terms in these programs.

  • The main entities in this module are programs, courses, students and their enrollments.

Admission does not really seem to be the right word here because it only represents part of what this component does. I have also considered Program Manager but could not come up with a better name. What would be the closest term that describes what this component is responsible for?

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    I don't think this question belongs here, perhaps on the English Language stack. However, how about "Administration"?
    – Jeroen
    Oct 27, 2021 at 11:53
  • I idly wonder why you're developing a new web application to enter a market that's already so very crowded, including with at least one solution (Moodle) that's free (in both senses), open source, and highly configurable. Oct 27, 2021 at 12:59
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    I think English.SE would consider this a "naming" question, which is not on-topic there. You could ask about it in their chat or meta, or possibly craft an on-topic question there after reading their site guidelines, but I don't think it's suitable for migration in the current form.
    – Bryan Krause
    Oct 27, 2021 at 17:36

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