Disclaimer: While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in this publication, the contents of this document are subject to amendment without prior notice. War Studies reserves the right to deviate from what appears in this document, in whole or in part.
Video Conference courses (VC) \ Distance Learning courses (DL) \ On site courses
- Video courses (VC) are offered in a synchronous seminar format with students attending classes on site at RMC or via video link from other locations.
- Distance learning (DL) courses are offered asynchronously via distributed readings and written interaction (blogs and posts)
Summer 2016 - Fall/Winter 2017 - Fall 2016 - Winter 2017
Summer 2017(1 Cr)
|WS539 - Signal Intelligence (DL)||tbd||Asynchronous||23 May 2017 -|
|WS529 - Directed Reading (DL)||tbd||Asynchronous||23 May 2017 -|
Fall 2016 - Winter 2017 (2cr)
|WS500 Theories of War (On site)||Dr. Hennessy||Thurs.9:00 -12:00hrs / Cavalry House||15 Sept 2016|
|WS500 Theories of War (DL)||Dr. Iarocci||Asynchronous||12 Sept 2016|
|WS504 Contemporary Warfare (DL)||Dr. Coombs||Asynchronous||12 Sept 2016|
|WS520 Naval Warfare (VC)||Dr. Grodzinski||Mon 16:30 -19:30hrs / Cavalry House||12 Sept 2016|
|WS534 Religion and Modern War (VC)||Dr. Dizboni||Wed 16:30 - 19:30 hrs / Cavalry House||14 Sept 2016|
Fall 2016 (1cr)
|WS536 War, Man and Literature (VC)||Dr. Lukits||Thurs 16:30 -19:30 hrs / Cavalry House||15 Sep|
|WS501 Civil Military Relations (DL)||Dr. Breede||Asynchronous||12 Sept 2016|
|WS531 - American Foreign Policy (VC)||Dr. Sokolsky||Wed 09:00 -12:00 hrs / Cavalry House||14 Sept 2016|
|WS607 Methodology (VC) PhD only||Dr. Boulden||Tues 16:30 - 19:30hrs / Cavalry House||13 Sept 2016|
Winter 2017 (1cr)
|ÉCG555 La Gloire et le bûcher (DL)||Dr. Bélanger||Asynchronous||9 Jan 2017|
|WS 589 Issues of National Security in International Relations (VC)||Dr. Boulden||Tues 16:30 - 19:30hrs / Cavalry House||10 Jan 2017|
|WS 595 Armed Forces and Society (VC)||Dr. Sokolsky||Wed 9:00 - 12:00 hrs / Cavalry House||11 Jan 2017|
Students undertaking the programme in Kingston are reminded that RMC and Queens have a memorandum of understanding which allows RMC students to take courses at Queen’s University and vice-versa. Queen’s graduate courses thematically appropriate to War Studies include:
- HIST 876 Canada at War (2 cr)
An exploration of war in a Canadian context, with an emphasis on how war has shaped Canadian society and the relationship between Canada and its armed forces. Topics to be studied, from a Canadian perspective, include the military as a profession, military culture, combat stress, leadership, gender and sexuality in the military, and mutinies.
- POLS-861 International Security (1 cr)
- This course will focus on foreign policy analysis and international security, with a focus on alliances, defence cooperation, and issues affecting national and international peace and security.