War Studies Timetable / 2018-2019

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Video Conference courses (VC) / Distance Learning courses (DL)

  • Video conference courses (VC) are offered in a synchronous seminar format with students attending classes on site at RMC or CFC Toronto via video link from their locations.
  • Distance learning (DL) courses are offered asynchronously via distributed readings and written interaction (blogs and posts)

Note: the course codes starting with EGxxx are offered in French.

Summer 2019 (1cr)

Course Instructor Time/location Dates
WS537 / WS637 Intelligence Studies(DL)  Prof A Luce Asynchronous 21 May - 9 Aug 2019

Fall 2108 - Winter 2019 (2cr)

Course Instructor Time/location Dates
WS500 Theories of War (DL) Prof A. Iarocci Asynchronous 10 Sept - 5 April 2019
WS600 Theories of War (DL) Prof M. Hennessy Asynchronous 10 Sept - 5 April 2019
EG500 Les théories de la guerre depuis le 18è siècle (DL) Prof R. Legault Asynchronous 10 Sept - 5 April 2019
EG600  Les théories de la guerre depuis le 18è siècle (DL) Prof R. Legault Asynchronous 10 Sept - 5 April 2019
WS520 Maritime Strategy and Naval Policy (DL) Prof C. Oliviero Asynchronous 10 Sept - 5 April 2019
WS620 Maritime Strategy and Naval Policy (DL) Prof C. Oliviero Asynchronous 10 Sept - 5 April 2019
WS586 Special Operations (VC) Prof B. Horn Wed. 16:00 -19:00, Cavalry House 10 Sept - 5 April 2019
WS686 Special Operations (VC) Prof B. Horn Wed. 16:00 -19:00, Cavalry House 10 Sept - 5 April 2019

Fall 2018 (1cr)

Course Instructor Time/location Dates
EG501 Relations civilo-militaires au Canada ( DL) Prof D. Gosselin Asynchronous 10 Sept -  7 Dec 2018
EG601 Relations civilo-militaires au Canada  ( DL) Prof D. Gosselin Asynchronous 10 Sept -  7 Dec 2018
WS509 Evolution and Theory of International Peacekeeping (VC) Prof J. Boulden Monday 16:30 -19:30, Cavalry House 10 Sept -  7 Dec 2018
WS609 Evolution and Theory of International Peacekeeping (VC) Prof J. Boulden Monday 16:30 -19:30, Cavalry House 10 Sept -  7 Dec 2018
WS547 Military History of Canada's First Nations, 1500 - present (DL) Prof J. Kenny Asynchronous 10 Sept -  7 Dec 2018
WS647 Military History of Canada's First Nations, 1500 - present (DL) Prof J. Kenny Asynchronous 10 Sept -  7 Dec 2018
WS557 Advanced Directed Studies (Eastern Europe) (VC) Prof. R. Williams Thurs 16:00 -19:00, Cavalry House 10 Sept -  7 Dec 2018
WS657 Advanced Directed Studies (Eastern Europe) (VC) Prof. R. Williams Thurs 16:00 -19:00, Cavalry House 10 Sept -  7 Dec 2018
EG595 Forces armées dans la société (DL) Prof. H. Hassan-Yari Asynchronous 10 Sept -  7 Dec 2018
EG695 Forces armées dans la société (DL) Prof. H. Hassan-Yari Asynchronous 10 Sept -  7 Dec 2018

Winter 2019 (1cr)

Course Instructor Time/location Dates
WS511 Contemporary Peace and Stabilization Operations (VC) Prof J. Boulden Monday 16:30-19:30 / Cavalry House/ CH101 7 Jan - 5 Apr 2019
WS 611 Contemporary Peace and Stabilization Operations (VC) Prof J. Boulden Monday 16:30-19:30 / Cavalry House/ CH101 7 Jan - 5 Apr 2019
WS529   Introduction to Archives  (DL) Prof E. Behrisch Asynchronous 7 Jan - 5 Apr 2019
WS546  Comparative Analysis of Secessionist Conflicts (VC) Prof  P. Jolicoeur Monday 13:00-16:00 / G432 7 Jan - 5 Apr 2019
WS646  Comparative Analysis of Secessionist Conflicts (VC) Prof  P. Jolicoeur Monday 13:00-16:00 / G432 7 Jan - 5 Apr 2019
EG557 Études dirigées avancées (Les causes des conflits en Afrique Subsaharienne) (DL) Prof P. O'Halloran Asynchronous 7 Jan - 5 Apr 2019
EG657 Études dirigées avancées (Les causes des conflits en Afrique Subsaharienne) (DL) Prof P. O'Halloran Asynchronous 7 Jan - 5 Apr 2019

Note:

Students undertaking the programme onsite 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.
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