Continuing/Adult Education/Expert Profile

Dr. Cynthia J. Wolfe

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Let me help you with questions about adult education and continuing education programs. If you are looking for a program or have questions about adult education in general, I can guide you. If you are a teacher looking for new ideas or methods, I can help. I have resources and ideas to share. I am a member of the National Business Education Association (NBEA), a professional organization devoted to the recognition that business education competencies are essential for all individuals in today's fast-changing society.

Experience in the area

I am an instructor at the University of Phoenix, working in online and classroom modalities. I earned my PhD in Business Administration from Northcentral University, Prescott Valley, AZ. My MBA is from Troy University, 2001, and I have a BS, Environmental Science, from Troy University, 1980. Read about my experiences as an online student at my blog thinkPhD.


Delta Mu Delta National Business Honor Society; NBEA; Golden Key Honour Society; APICS; PMI


Associated Content


PhD Business Administration - Management, Northcentral University; MBA Troy University, Phenix City, AL; BS Environmental Science, Troy University, Troy, AL; APICS CSCP (Certified Supply Chain Professional)

Awards and Honors

APICS CSCP (Certified Supply Chain Professional)

What do you like about this subject?

Adult and continuing education is like a key that opens doors to opportunities that had not been available before. If your goal is a new career or developing new skills to enhance your current career, you will find that education can help you meet your goals.

What do you still hope to achieve/learn in this field?

I learn something new about how people learn every day. I want to enable others to discover their own potential for learning.

Something interesting about this subject that others may not know:

Adult and continuing education classes can be in traditional classroom settings, online or in the field. Most community colleges offer GED preparation classes, some of which are free to attend. A number of programs are non-degree format and it is possible to earn CEU (continuing education unit) credits for participation.

Something controversial or provocative about this subject

In some cases, continuing education appears to be market-driven rather than determined by the needs of society. If education is valuable, then programs should be in place to allow for all to participate regardless of their ability to pay. Providers must be flexible and responsive to the consumer's needs in the changing work environment.

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Recent Answers from Dr. Cynthia J. Wolfe

2015-02-08 adult learners and broadcast journalism:

Hello Janice,    I responded to the other similar question that you asked, so I will take that response and put it here.      How wonderful that you are not only receiving your HSE diploma, you are also


Hello Janice,   How wonderful that you are not only receiving your HSE diploma, you are also planning the next step in your educational journey!     Generally, the ACT is taken right out of High School

2014-07-10 Further education:

Hello Louise,   In most cases, you would not need a degree to enter the photography industry. Photography is a wide field and you did not specify if you plan to work in the movie industry, open up a portrait

2013-11-10 career help:

Hello Rose,     I am not aware of any health certification that does not require education/training by an accredited provider. Consider this - would you want to be taken care of by someone who has never

2013-04-30 professor duties:

Hello Victoria,   Thanks for asking a question. I suppose it really depends on the instructor or the school as to how early or late changes are made. I know at my school we are scheduled far in advance


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