Andrew Eisler started his educational path at the University of Florida to receive his Associate of Arts degree in Political Science. He then moved on to Tulane University in New Orleans and received his B.S. in Computer and Information Sciences in 1988. Andrew completed his education at Nova Southeastern University and recieved his Masters of Science (Computer Science - 1996) and then an Ed.S. (completed all doctoral courses) in Computing Technology in 1998. During the completion of his Ed.S. Degree he became an Adjunct Professor at Brevard Community College where he stayed for 6 years. Andrew also worked as a full time computer specialist while at Brevard managing a 105 workstation computer-assisted instruction lab which served 350 students a day. In 1999 he became a Full-Time Professor in the Computer Programming and Analysis Department at Valencia College (West & Osceola Campus) for 6 years. He taught Network Securtiy, Advanced Network Security, Visual Basic, Advanced Visual Basic, Systems Analysis and Design, Microsoft Office Applications and Web Page Design.
Andrew currently holds the position of Instructor for Information Technology in the Computer Science Division of the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. Andrew also serves as the Director of IT Internships. Some of the courses taught and/or currently teaching at UCF include: Design and Implementation of Communications Networks; Networking Essentials; Web-Based Technologies, OOP using Java; Information Theory, Foundations of Information Technology; Human-Technology Interaction; Managing IT Integration; Introduction to Computer Science; Computer Fundamentals for Business.
His research interests cover Network Design, Web-Based Software Engineering, Java Programming & Golf. Andrew is currently enrolled in Cisco Academy's CCNA for routing and switching online E-Academy in order to prep for his Cisco Certified Network Associate certification. His Honors & Awards include Who's Who in Higher Education from 1998-2013. Andrew is a part of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).