Dr. Singh graduated with a BS in Engineering from the University of Allahabad, India, and completed a Master of Engineering in Industrial Development & Management from the Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand. After completing graduate work in Thailand, he taught in India for one year and then immigrated to the United States. He attended the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, California, where he completed the Degree of Engineer in Industrial & Systems Engineering, a Master of Science, and a Ph.D. in Policy Planning and Administration. In addition, he concluded “Executive Certificate in Leadership” from the Sloan School of Management at MIT.
Dr. Singh has been employed in professional engineering and managerial positions and served as a consultant for several large organizations such as Rockwell International (Now Boeing), Northrop, ITT, Litton, Hunter Industries, and the County of Los Angeles. He has taught at the graduate and undergraduate levels for over 30 years. He has been a faculty member at Walden University since 2004.
In addition, Dr. Singh has taught Ph.D.-level courses in qualitative research, quantitative research strategy, statistical analysis, operations management, organizational behavior, and human resource management at Walden for other major universities in the United States. During his teaching career, he has chaired over 30 doctoral dissertations and served on numerous committees.
Dr. Singh has co-authored a textbook on Crime Analysis and has published several articles and presented in the field of ethics, public policy, administration, and management. He served as an Editor-in-Chief of a Management Journal published by Hope International University and has been a reviewer for other management journals. His experience includes lecturing in China, France, India, the Philippines, Hungary, and South Korea.