Gerald Muzaare is the Head of Department- Political and Administrative Studies at Kampala International University.
Gerald obtained a PhD in Management Studies-Public Administration in 2012 from Kampala International University, a Master in Ethics and Public Management in 2006 from Makerere University. He is the departmental chair of the Doctoral Committee and a member of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Doctoral Committee.
Gerald has supervised over one hundred undergraduate research and over 10 postgraduate students. He has also published in local and international journals. His areas of research interest include decentralization and local governance, public policy and management, ethics and accountability and rural development, management studies and governance.
Gerald has a seven-year teaching experience in some areas of specialization which include decentralization and local governance, public policy and management and ethics and accountability, negotiation skills for project managers among others.
When not attending to university activities, he is mentoring local kids through ministerial activities and consulting with the Ugandan government on public policy and public accountability.
He is poised to shape the minds of current and future students at Kampala International University in line with the Institution’s motto, which is to explore the heights in Africa and beyond.
GERALD MUZAARE (2016). Management of Integrated Development Programmes in Ibanda and Kiruhura Districts, Western Uganda..
GERALD MUZAARE (2013). Management of Integrated Development Programmes and Rural Development in Ibanda and Kiruhura Districts, Uganda.
GERALD MUZAARE (2004). Local Government and Management of Universal Primary Education in Uganda: A case study of Mbarara District.