Providence University College and the Saskatoon Theological Union have each announced new religious graduate programs. Providence is launching a new Chaplaincy/Spiritual Care major for its Master of Arts program to meet the need for well-trained chaplains who can compassionately support those dealing with health issues, grief, trauma, aging, and addictions in a variety of settings. The Saskatoon Theological Union—which involves Lutheran Theological Seminary, St Andrew’s College, and the College of Emmanuel & St Chad—will be launching a fully ecumenical Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program in Contextual and Practical Theology this September. The DMin program is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools. It is offered in a cohort format with hybrid delivery so that students do not have to relocate to complete their studies.