Andrea L Behler

Major: BBA MIS
Graduation: May 2019


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  • Data Science

Data Science is general education course I took about analyzing data. The class taught different data analytics techniques, data visualization techniques and best practices, and learned to use applications such as Microsoft Excel, Tablet, and Piktochart. I utilized these techniques to compete in the Temple University QVC Data Analytics challenge in the fall 2017 semester, in which I was a finalist. The presentation can be found here. The class culminated in a final project for which my team analyzed crime data for North Philadelphia (see below).

Philadelphia Crime Data Analysis from AndreaBehler
  • Data-Centric Application Development, Application Integration and Evaluation

These two courses prepare students for understanding and writing code. Among the more technical courses in the program, students learn proficiency in HTML, CSS, mySql, Php, JavaScript, and JQuery. The Application Integration course challenges students to create a web application for a new business from scratch. Students analyzed the business requirements and created a functional prototype for the owners based on their analysis.

  • Digital Solutions Studio

Students learned and practiced business analysis techniques by working on a semester long project with Tapp Network, a content marketing and technology firm that works for non-profits.

  • Introduction to Asian Business

I took this class while studying abroad at the Temple University Japan Campus in Tokyo, Japan. We analyzed different Asian cultures, such as Vietnamese, South Korean, Chinese, and Japanese to learn about different marketing strategies and business models in these cultures. The class culminate in a final project in which we analyzed a foreign business with prospects in the Japanese market. We presented our proposals to a panel of industry professionals.

  • Japanese – Intermediate Level

I have a passion for learning new languages and understanding different cultures. I studied Japanese for 3 semesters at Temple University Main Campus before studying for a semester at the Temple University Japan Campus in Tokyo, Japan. There, I lived with a host family who spoke no English while continuing my course study in Japanese. I aspire to travel in my future career, and believe that learning to communicate in various languages will help me with this aspiration.



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