Dr. Edward Sim

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Dr. Edward R. Sim, association professor of information systems, is a graduate of George Washington University where he earned a master’s degree in information management and the University of Maryland where he earned a Doctor of Philosophy degree in information systems.

Prior to his appointment at HSU, Sim worked in the United States intelligence community. He has also been an assistant professor of information system and decision systems at Loyola College.

Sim has done research in the fields of software engineering, software metrics, analytical decision making, and creativity. He has also supervised research projects in a number of fields, including biological weapon detection, electronic surveillance devices, and intelligence support techniques.

Degrees Earned

  • Bachelor of Science, Economics, Towson State University, 1979
  • Master of Science, Management Information Systems, George Washington University, 1988
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Information Systems, Decision Sciences, University of Maryland (Baltimore), 1996
  • A Princeton Review Best Western College  
  • Council for Christian Colleges & Universities  
  • Center for Student Opportunity: Promoting a College-Bound Culture  
  • US News Best Colleges  
  • The Chronicle on Higher Education, Great Colleges to Work For: 2011  
  • Military Friendly  
  • Colleges of Distinction  
  • University and College Accountability Network