Heya, my name’s Andrew and I’m on a quest for omniscience.

First off, I love learning. Over the years, I’ve found that I’ll dive deep into a subject for an extended period of time, but then I won’t really use it and then end up forgetting about it. This means that my learning was for naught.

To make my learning have some sort of purpose, I’m going to post my perspectives on the subject I study so that after I learn something, it can hopefully serve you.



Current missions:

Become an awesome yogi

Do 50 pull-ups

Master the Gypsy Machine

Learn to Write

Become an awesome google developer/analytics master


Side projects:

media buying

salsa dancing

problem solving


Primary areas of study: Personal Development, Introspection, Psychology, Computers, Health, Life Skills

frequently visited websites:




I amassed 175 undergraduate credit hours and 87 graduate credit hours, which earned an undergraduate degree and two graduate degrees in six years.

My course list with the school and semester:

MANAGEMENT CENTER INNSBRUCK – MA Management Communications & Information Technology

Spring 2013 – (Innsbruck, Austria)

  • Business Ethics & Global Responsibility
  • eCollaboration & Fields of Application
  • International Sales Organization
  • Strategic Management
  • International Marketing Research
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Innovation Management
  • Introduction to the Business of Digital Media
  • Virtual Teams
  • Thesis – The Effects of Smartphone, Tablet and Laptop Use in Higher Education Classroom on Performance


Fall 2012 – (Innsbruck, Austria)

  • Multimedia Technologies
  • Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Intercultural Management
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Creativity and Design in New Media
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Company & Financial Analysis
  • Multimedia Project
  • Team Management
  • Information Management
  • Global Information Technology-Markets


UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA AT OMAHA – MS Management Information Systems

Fall 2013 – (Omaha, Nebraska)

  • Data Quality Management
  • Organizational Communication
  • Foundations of Information Assurance & Lab
  • Managing the Distributed Computing Environment


Summer 2012 – (Omaha, Nebraska)

  • Database Management


Spring 2012 – (Omaha, Nebraska)

  • Managing the Information Systems Function
  • Research in Management Information Systems
  • Information Security Policy & Ethics


Fall 2011 – (Omaha, Nebraska)

  • Data Communications
  • Advanced Systems Analysis and Design
  • Management of Software Development


Fall 2010 – (Omaha, Nebraska)

  • Teaching Computer Skills to Jail Inmates
  • Information Technology for Development



Summer 2010 (Braunschweig, Germany & Innsbruck, Austria)

Global Information Technology Project Management


UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA AT OMAHA – BS Management Information Systems

Spring 2011 – (Omaha, Nebraska & Moscow, Russia)

  • Perspectives in International Studies (PEOPLE’S FRIENDSHIP UNIVERSITY RUSSIA)
  • Information Technology Ethics
  • Programming on the Internet
  • Technical Writing across Disciplines
  • Systems Design and Implementation
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Ballroom Dance II


Fall 2010 – (Omaha, Nebraska)

  • Managing in a Digital World
  • Information Systems Analysis
  • Limits of Consciousness
  • Music of the People: History of Rock & Pop


Spring 2010 – (Omaha, Nebraska)

  • Accounting II
  • Macro-economics
  • File Structures
  • Managing the Database Environment
  • Business Data Communications


Fall 2009 – (Omaha, Nebraska)

  • Accounting I
  • Foundations of Information Systems & Technology
  • Organizations Applications and Technology
  • Micro-economics
  • Graphical User Interface Design
  • Power Yoga
  • Introduction to Applied Statistics for Information Systems & Technology


Summer 2009 – (Omaha, Nebraska)

  • Advanced Techniques for Personal Productivity
  • Public Speaking Fundamentals


Spring 2009 – (Omaha, Nebraska)

  • Applied Bioinformatics
  • Genetics
  • Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry & Lab
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Pilates


Fall 2008 – (Omaha, Nebraska)

  • General Chemistry II & Lab
  • Introduction to Computer Programming II
  • Calculus III Honors
  • American Sign Language & Lab
  • Rock Climbing


Spring 2008 – (Omaha, Nebraska)

  • Biology I & Lab
  • Introduction to Computer Programming I & Lab
  • Calculus II Honors
  • Social Dance
  • Conversation and Pronunciation Spanish


Fall 2007 – (Omaha, Nebraska)

  • Introduction to Bioinformatics
  • General Chemistry I &Lab
  • Introduction to Computing
  • Calculus I Honors

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