Dr. Aaron Katunguka is a Lecturer in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at Kampala International University's main campus, a self-driven public administrator with advanced skills in research and social public issues with over 11 years of teaching experience at University level. Possess extensive skills, experience and practical knowledge in management, research supervision, teaching, invigilation, assessment, curriculum design, quality assurance, and community engagements.
He holds a Ph.D. in Public Administration (2007-2012), a Masters in MADAM conferred in November 2006. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mass communication (Kampala International University).
In 2011-2015 he acted as Assistant. Dean Faculty of Development Studies and Management- Kampala International University-Dar-es-salaam and from 2015-2017, he worked as a Lecturer in the Faculty of Development Studies and Management at Kampala International University Dar-es-salaam in Tanzania.
With over 7 years’ experience in research teaching and participating in the supervision of both postgraduate students’ and Undergraduate students’, Aaron has also published several articles including the Cultural norms, beliefs and use of e-commerce among traders in Kampala, Uganda; Article Published in the International Journal of Research. ISSN: 2348-6848 Volume 05, 2018. He loves reading and learning a foreign language.
AARON KATUNGUKA (2018). Training in leadership skills and performance of administrative staff in Bushenyi and Sheema local governments, western Uganda..
Article Published in the International Journal of Research. ISSN: 2348-6848 Volume 05 Issue 20
AARON KATUNGUKA (2018). Cultural norms, beliefs and use of e-commerce among traders in Kampala, Uganda.
Article Published in the International Journal of Research. ISSN: 2348-6848 Volume 05
AARON KATUNGUKA (2010). Individual Characteristics and Use of Communication facilities among Doctoral Students in KIU.
Article Published in the KIU Journal of Social Sciences. ISSN 1996-9023 Volume 1
Ethics and Accountability in the Public Sectors.
Comparative public administration
State and Economy
Public Procurement Management
Decentralization and Local Governance
Ethics and Accountability in the Public Sector Management