DR. JENNIFER LYNN WAGNER

Education



Associate of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems, 2018 - 2020
Mott Community College, USA
Online Courses via Blackboard LMS: Microsoft Office 2016, Computer Information Systems, Supporting End Users, Computer Networking, Computer Security, A+ Core Hardware Components, Python Programming, .NET Programming, C++ Programming, Web Page Creation, Dynamic Web Applications, Database Concepts, Systems Analysis and Design

Online courses via Desire 2 Learn LMS (as guest student at Lansing Community College): Beginning Spanish II


Certificate in E-Learning Instructional Design, 2016 - 2018
University of California, Irvine, USA
Online Courses via Canvas LMS: Principles of E-Learning Instructional Design, Exploring E-Learning Development Tools, Designing and Developing Interactive E-Learning Courses, Project Management for E-Learning Professionals, E-Learning Evaluation and Assessment, E-Learning Instructional Design Practicum

PhD in Linguistics, 2011 - 2015
University of South Australia, Australia
Thesis: Vocabulary, Variation, and Culture in American University Textbooks of French
Higher degree by research only (no coursework)

Master of Arts in Linguistics, 2004 - 2007
Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language, 2005
Oakland University, USA
Thesis: Grammatical Morpheme Acquisition in English as a Foreign Language Learners
Courses: Introduction to Phonology, Phonetic Theory, Introduction to Syntax, Cross-Cultural Communication, The Teaching of English as a Second Language, Teaching English as a Second Language Practicum, Theory and Practice of Language Testing, The Biology of Language

Bachelor of Arts in French & Linguistics, 2000 - 2004
University of Michigan-Flint, USA
Courses for Major: Introduction to Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, The Structure of English, History of the English Language, Linguistic Analysis, Comparative Phonetics of the World's Major Languages, Intermediate French I & II, French Conversation & Composition, Understanding the French-Speaking World, Laboratory of French Phonology, Advanced French Composition and Grammar, Survey of French Literature: 1800 to Present, Introduction to Francophone African Literature, Early Modern Europe, 19th Century Europe

General Education and Elective Courses: Great Books, Collaborative Writing Theory & Practice, World Civilization to 1600, World Civilization since 1600, United States History to 1898, Beginning Spanish I, Beginning German I & II, Reading German, African Cultures, Introduction to Music, Cultural Anthropology, Archaeology, Psychology, Sociology, International Relations, Environmental Science, Physical Geography, Using a Computer System, Word Processing


Special Program in French as a Second or Foreign Language, 2003
Université Laval, Canada
Courses: French Vocabulary, Advanced French Grammar