Graduates of conflict and war studies programs may pursue careers in the military (as in the case of RMC graduates), but there are a host of jobs involving conflict resolution in government, education, and other social institutions. Counseling, policy-making, labour mediation, international law, community outreach, and social justice are all fields such graduates should consider. Since it is a relatively new discipline, students are usually encouraged to pursue a second major simultaneously in order to broaden their area of expertise and marketability.
Many graduates pursue careers in social justice. One World.net has a paid positions databank (most jobs are in the UK and various overseas countries): http://www.oneworld.net/job/list/professional/. Human Rights Internet has links to NGOs and other organizations hiring workers in this field: http://www.hri.ca/jobboard/joblinks.shtml