Answered By: Jason Steidl
Last Updated: Jun 10, 2016     Views: 508

A Knowledge Area Module, or KAM, is a scholarly paper that demonstrates your academic mastery of a subject you research with the guidance of a Mentor.  The average length of a KAM is 90-120 pages. Only students in a KAM-based or Mixed-Model program (part KAMs, part classes) are required to write  KAMs. Students in Course-based programs will not write a KAM and will, instead, take only the courses, practicums, residencies, etc., required of their program as outlined in the program of study or degree audit.

 

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