C# Function: BaileyWeb.University.Data.GetCourseById

This C# function retrieves combined data from multiple sources for an individual course.

Parameters

There is one parameter:

  1. CourseId - "Course ID" - GUID
    • Select the course to compile data for.

Text Strings

This function uses the following localisation resources:

Sample Output

<CoursesList>
  <Courses>
    <Course Id="aad99093-af2b-45df-af13-1391b98c8f15">
      <CourseTitle>BA (Hons) in English Literature</CourseTitle>
      <CourseLevel>12276bfc-cd33-4b50-8206-b4d2d0696c02</CourseLevel>
      <CourseLevelName>Bachelor's Degree</CourseLevelName>
      <CourseCode>BA ENGL</CourseCode>
      <StartDate>2017-09-25T00:00:00+01:00</StartDate>
      <Award>7e476849-a10d-4007-8b36-8d307120f786</Award>
      <AwardName>BA (Hons)</AwardName>
      <AwardMode>c1ec9d6e-b86e-4828-a8af-55f70c05e433</AwardMode>
      <AwardModeName>Single</AwardModeName>
      <Subject1>
        <Subjects>
          <Subject Id="08b98af7-d72d-415b-8906-6a27d253b90b">
            <SubjectTitle>English Literature for Bachelor's Degree</SubjectTitle>
            <SubjectCode>BA ENGL</SubjectCode>
            <SubjectLevel>12276bfc-cd33-4b50-8206-b4d2d0696c02</SubjectLevel>
            <SubjectLevelName>Bachelor's Degree</SubjectLevelName>
            <SubjectName>English Literature</SubjectName>
            <Description></Description>
            <Overview>
              <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
                <head></head>
                <body></body>
              </html>
            </Overview>
            <Structure>
              <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
                <head></head>
                <body></body>
              </html>
            </Structure>
            <TeachingMethods>
              <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
                <head></head>
                <body></body>
              </html>
            </TeachingMethods>
            <AssessmentMethods>
              <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
                <head></head>
                <body></body>
              </html>
            </AssessmentMethods>
            <TeachingResources>
              <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
                <head></head>
                <body></body>
              </html>
            </TeachingResources>
            <Careers>
              <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
                <head></head>
                <body></body>
              </html>
            </Careers>
            <StudentExperience>
              <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
                <head></head>
                <body></body>
              </html>
            </StudentExperience>
            <ModulesList>
              <Modules>
                <Module Id="e52d9725-77d0-45d8-a274-3c9e3f037df6">
                  <ModuleCode>EN1001</ModuleCode>
                  <ModuleLevel>12276bfc-cd33-4b50-8206-b4d2d0696c02</ModuleLevel>
                  <ModuleLevelName>Bachelor's Degree</ModuleLevelName>
                  <ModuleType>Compulsary</ModuleType>
                  <ModuleName>English Literature</ModuleName>
                  <Description>The English language has developed over the course of more than 1,400 years. The earliest forms of English, a set of Anglo-Frisian dialects brought to Great Britain by Anglo-Saxon settlers in the fifth century, are called Old English. Middle English began in the late 11th century with the Norman conquest of England. Early Modern English began in the late 15th century with the introduction of the printing press to London and the King James Bible as well as the Great Vowel Shift. Through the influence of the British Empire, the English language has spread around the world since the 17th century.</Description>
                  <ApplicationCode />
                  <ApplicationMethod />
                  <ApplicationMethodName />
                  <ApplicationMethodWebsite />
                  <EntryProfile />
                  <EntryProfileName />
                  <FeeBand>2c8097b1-5601-4eee-8f37-321fa7b448b0</FeeBand>
                  <FeeBandName>MD-A</FeeBandName>
                  <DependenciesList />
                  <TaughtByList>
                    <People>
                      <Person Id="1902ff46-5005-4e82-be3e-93c61ad29a93">
                        <UserId>david</UserId>
                        <DisplayName>David Bailey</DisplayName>
                        <Honorific>Professor</Honorific>
                        <Forename>David</Forename>
                        <Surname>Bailey</Surname>
                        <PostNominalLetters>BA (Hons), MBCS</PostNominalLetters>
                        <JobTitle>Vice-Chancellor</JobTitle>
                        <Email>david@baileyweb.online</Email>
                      </Person>
                    </People>
                  </TaughtByList>
                  <LocationsList>
                    <Locations>
                      <Location Id="f3b84cfe-2194-46a8-bbfc-f7186baef65b">
                        <LocationCode>BA</LocationCode>
                        <LocationName>Bath</LocationName>
                        <Country>United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK)</Country>
                      </Location>
                    </Locations>
                  </LocationsList>
                  <Handbook />
                  <Display>true</Display>
                </Module>
                <Module Id="1cdbdf80-0666-4426-bfc8-428e2e913db1">
                  <ModuleCode>EN1002</ModuleCode>
                  <ModuleLevel>12276bfc-cd33-4b50-8206-b4d2d0696c02</ModuleLevel>
                  <ModuleLevelName>Bachelor's Degree</ModuleLevelName>
                  <ModuleType>Conditional</ModuleType>
                  <ModuleName>English Texts for Young People</ModuleName>
                  <Description></Description>
                  <ApplicationCode />
                  <ApplicationMethod />
                  <ApplicationMethodName />
                  <ApplicationMethodWebsite />
                  <EntryProfile />
                  <EntryProfileName />
                  <FeeBand />
                  <FeeBandName />
                  <DependenciesList>
                    <Modules>
                      <Module Id="e52d9725-77d0-45d8-a274-3c9e3f037df6">
                        <ModuleCode>EN1001</ModuleCode>
                        <ModuleLevel>12276bfc-cd33-4b50-8206-b4d2d0696c02</ModuleLevel>
                        <ModuleLevelName>Bachelor's Degree</ModuleLevelName>
                        <ModuleType>Compulsary</ModuleType>
                        <ModuleName>English Literature</ModuleName>
                        <Description>The English language has developed over the course of more than 1,400 years. The earliest forms of English, a set of Anglo-Frisian dialects brought to Great Britain by Anglo-Saxon settlers in the fifth century, are called Old English. Middle English began in the late 11th century with the Norman conquest of England. Early Modern English began in the late 15th century with the introduction of the printing press to London and the King James Bible as well as the Great Vowel Shift. Through the influence of the British Empire, the English language has spread around the world since the 17th century.</Description>
                        <ApplicationCode />
                        <ApplicationMethod />
                        <ApplicationMethodName />
                        <ApplicationMethodWebsite />
                        <EntryProfile />
                        <EntryProfileName />
                        <FeeBand>2c8097b1-5601-4eee-8f37-321fa7b448b0</FeeBand>
                        <FeeBandName>MD-A</FeeBandName>
                        <DependenciesList />
                        <TaughtByList>
                          <People>
                            <Person Id="1902ff46-5005-4e82-be3e-93c61ad29a93">
                              <UserId>david</UserId>
                              <DisplayName>David Bailey</DisplayName>
                              <Honorific>Professor</Honorific>
                              <Forename>David</Forename>
                              <Surname>Bailey</Surname>
                              <PostNominalLetters>BA (Hons), MBCS</PostNominalLetters>
                              <JobTitle>Vice-Chancellor</JobTitle>
                              <Email>david@baileyweb.online</Email>
                            </Person>
                          </People>
                        </TaughtByList>
                        <LocationsList>
                          <Locations>
                            <Location Id="f3b84cfe-2194-46a8-bbfc-f7186baef65b">
                              <LocationCode>BA</LocationCode>
                              <LocationName>Bath</LocationName>
                              <Country>United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK)</Country>
                            </Location>
                          </Locations>
                        </LocationsList>
                        <Handbook />
                        <Display>true</Display>
                      </Module>
                    </Modules>
                  </DependenciesList>
                  <TaughtByList>
                    <People>
                      <Person Id="1902ff46-5005-4e82-be3e-93c61ad29a93">
                        <UserId>david</UserId>
                        <DisplayName>David Bailey</DisplayName>
                        <Honorific>Professor</Honorific>
                        <Forename>David</Forename>
                        <Surname>Bailey</Surname>
                        <PostNominalLetters>BA (Hons), MBCS</PostNominalLetters>
                        <JobTitle>Vice-Chancellor</JobTitle>
                        <Email>david@baileyweb.online</Email>
                      </Person>
                    </People>
                  </TaughtByList>
                  <LocationsList>
                    <Locations>
                      <Location Id="f3b84cfe-2194-46a8-bbfc-f7186baef65b">
                        <LocationCode>BA</LocationCode>
                        <LocationName>Bath</LocationName>
                        <Country>United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK)</Country>
                      </Location>
                    </Locations>
                  </LocationsList>
                  <Handbook />
                  <Display>true</Display>
                </Module>
              </Modules>
            </ModulesList>
            <TaughtByList>
              <People>
                <Person Id="1902ff46-5005-4e82-be3e-93c61ad29a93">
                  <UserId>david</UserId>
                  <DisplayName>David Bailey</DisplayName>
                  <Honorific>Professor</Honorific>
                  <Forename>David</Forename>
                  <Surname>Bailey</Surname>
                  <PostNominalLetters>BA (Hons), MBCS</PostNominalLetters>
                  <JobTitle>Vice-Chancellor</JobTitle>
                  <Email>david@baileyweb.online</Email>
                </Person>
              </People>
            </TaughtByList>
            <EnquiryContact>
              <People>
                <Person Id="1902ff46-5005-4e82-be3e-93c61ad29a93">
                  <UserId>david</UserId>
                  <DisplayName>David Bailey</DisplayName>
                  <Honorific>Professor</Honorific>
                  <Forename>David</Forename>
                  <Surname>Bailey</Surname>
                  <PostNominalLetters>BA (Hons), MBCS</PostNominalLetters>
                  <JobTitle>Vice-Chancellor</JobTitle>
                  <Email>david@baileyweb.online</Email>
                </Person>
              </People>
            </EnquiryContact>
            <LocationsList>
              <Locations>
                <Location Id="f3b84cfe-2194-46a8-bbfc-f7186baef65b">
                  <LocationCode>BA</LocationCode>
                  <LocationName>Bath</LocationName>
                  <Country>United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK)</Country>
                </Location>
                <Location Id="3f4471b4-94ee-4ad8-81a8-ff1b0ad4f5eb">
                  <LocationCode>CP</LocationCode>
                  <LocationName>Copenhagen</LocationName>
                  <Country>Denmark</Country>
                </Location>
              </Locations>
            </LocationsList>
            <AcademicDepartment>fadf3ae3-aeaf-453d-aa5a-3b6f7d79bd6e</AcademicDepartment>
            <AcademicDepartmentName>Faculty of Humanities and Law</AcademicDepartmentName>
            <AcademicDepartmentPage>620e446e-c232-4970-a3d3-5d4010b674fa</AcademicDepartmentPage>
            <Handbook />
            <Display>true</Display>
          </Subject>
        </Subjects>
      </Subject1>
      <Subject2 />
      <ApplicationCode>BA ENGL</ApplicationCode>
      <ApplicationMethod>3c033cef-a7d5-4977-a9ce-c3e6aa9b7c97</ApplicationMethod>
      <ApplicationMethodName>UCAS</ApplicationMethodName>
      <ApplicationMethodWebsite>https://www.ucas.com/</ApplicationMethodWebsite>
      <EntryProfile>827f2aa0-786a-4a45-852b-c0687e4dae8a</EntryProfile>
      <EntryProfileName>UCAS Tariff BBC</EntryProfileName>
      <FeeBand>c2610c0c-e298-4dd4-88be-9111b285a57d</FeeBand>
      <FeeBandName>Bachelor's Degree B</FeeBandName>
      <MainLocation>
        <Locations>
          <Location Id="f3b84cfe-2194-46a8-bbfc-f7186baef65b">
            <LocationCode>BA</LocationCode>
            <LocationName>Bath</LocationName>
            <Country>United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK)</Country>
          </Location>
        </Locations>
      </MainLocation>
      <CourseLengthFullTime>3 years</CourseLengthFullTime>
      <CourseLengthPartTime>6 years</CourseLengthPartTime>
      <CourseLengthDistance></CourseLengthDistance>
      <StudyAbroad>false</StudyAbroad>
      <StudyWorkBased>false</StudyWorkBased>
      <StudyCPD>false</StudyCPD>
      <Handbook />
      <Display>true</Display>
    </Course>
  </Courses>
</CoursesList>

Updated: 13 April 2017