The Experience of War ST 8004

The Experience of War examines the general experience of engaging in war and the variety of experiences of individuals during and after the engagement. It will also explore the effects on contemporary service members that are caused by recurring deployments to combat zones

Fulfills: This is a 5 week required course for students pursuing either a Master’s of Divinity in Military Chaplaincy or a Master’s Certificate in Military Chaplaincy. It counts as an Area II Stackable course for all other students (1 credit hour).

Carol Kirk, M.Div., MSN, Dept. of Pastoral Counseling & Chaplaincy

Instructor: Carol Kirk, M.Div., MSN
Class meetings: Wednesdays, 9:00 PM ET, Feb 22 – Mar 27
Required Reading:   What It Is Like To Go To War, by Karl Marlantes   

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