Algoma University, St Stephen’s University, and Horizon College & Seminary have made new announcements about how they will be expanding their graduate programming. AlgomaU has announced its first stand-alone graduate degree, a Master of Science in Biology, and indicated that other graduate programs in computer science and social work are being considered for the future. SSU has announced that it will be refocusing on its educational mission by suspending its baccalaureate programs and expanding its online graduate education programs. The university will be launching new degree and certificate programs in peace and justice, theology and culture, ministry, and reconciliation studies. Its authority to offer a baccalaureate degree will be unaffected by the program suspension. Horizon announced the launch of two degree programs–a Master of Arts in Biblical & Theological Studies and a Master of Divinity–that are intended to help seminary students serve the church with greater knowledge, discernment, and proficiency.