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Gail Wallace, Ph.D.

Prior Learning Assessment Counselor, Assistant Professor
Phone: (626) 815-6000
Dr. Gail Wallace is a full-time professor in the School of Adult and Professional Studies (APS). In addition to her involvement with students and faculty evaluators in the area of prior learning assessment for the center’s six undergraduate accelerated degree programs, she also teaches several face-to-face and online courses and is involved in curriculum and faculty development.


Doctor of Philosophy in Education, Walden University, 2005
Master of Arts in Education, Azusa Pacific University, 1996
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Azusa Pacific University, 1979

Registered Nurse, State of California
Certificate in Prior Learning Assessment, DePaul University
Certificate in Group Development Consulting, GDQ Associates


  • School of Adult and Professional Studies


  • Adult Education
  • Nursing

Courses Taught

HDEV 302 – Humans: Self and Others
RNRS 303 – Adult Development and Academic Writing
RNRS 497 – Ethics/Issues in Health Care
BMGT 302 – Adult Development and Learning Assessment

Professional/Scholarly Presentations

Wallace, Gail. "Encouraging Healthy Group Development in Adult Degree Cohorts," Conference Proceedings, University Continuing Education Association Regional Conference, Chicago, 2005

Professional Experience

Academic Experience
Curriculum Developer, The Center for Adult and Professional Studies (CAPS), Azusa Pacific University

Curriculum Developer, Humans: Self and Others, Azusa Pacific University

Industry Experience
Instructor, The Family and Childbirth Education Program, Foothill Presbyterian Hospital

Professional Involvement and Accomplishments

Honors, Awards, Recognition
Research and Publication Award, University Continuing Education Association, 2004

Associations, Boards, Committees
Council for Adult and Experiential Learning
American Association for Adult and Continuing Education