Click Edit Settings from the Action menu
Select Show from the Course visibility drop-down list. By default your course is not visible to students, allowing you the opportunity to work on your course before it is visible to students.
The course short name is used as a prefix to the subject of forum e-mail notifications. You can edit this if you wish.
If required, select an alternate file upload size from the Maximum upload size drop-down list. The default is 100MB, which is also the recommended file limit.
Activity modules also include a maximum upload size setting for further restricting the file size. This setting determines the largest size of a file that can be uploaded to the course.
You can upload a Course image by following the steps above under How to access Course Settings, then scroll down to Course image and upload an image, as shown in the screenshot below:
Select your preferred Completion tracking option form the drop-down list. Completion tracking allows resources and activities to be marked completed manually or when certain conditions have been met. Learn more about Completion Tracking
The Group mode set at the course level will be the default for all activities in your course. You might wish to set your groups up at an individual activity level instead. Otherwise select your preferred Group mode from the drop-down list.
We recommend leaving Force group mode set to no. If set to yes, it will automatically apply the group mode selected for all course activities and resources, overriding the individual group settings.
Role Renaming allows you to change the way different kinds of users are labelled within the course. For example, you may prefer the term Teacher rather than the default name, Instructor or the term learner rather than the default, student. Changing a role name does not affect privileges or permissions.
To change one or more of the role names, type your preferred role name(s) in the appropriate text box(es).
Finally, make sure you click Save changes to apply any changes to your Course Settings!