Deputy Vice-Chancellor Finance & Administration

Associate Professor Charles Tushabomwe-Kazooba (CTK) is the Pioneer University Bursar (UB), MUST from December 1990 to June 2000, outsourced from Makerere University, Kampala. He spearheaded the establishment of the Finance Department (FD) and the Internal Audit Department (IAD) of MUST. This involved the drafting of the initial accounting policies and procedures, internal audit manual, tender committee regulation, Chart of accounts, instituting best management procedures for financial management and control.

Associate Professor CTK holds a Doctor of Philosophy [PhD] degree in Sustainability Accounting and Reporting [SAR] from Mbarara University of Science and Technology [MUST]. He also holds a Master of Business Administration and a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration from University of Birmingham, UK. He did his Bachelor of Commerce degree [BCom] program at Makerere University, Uganda. Besides, CTK is a professional accountant and holds ACCA, CPA (U) and ACIS. He is a Consultant in Sustainability Accounting and Reporting (SAR) and Integrated Reporting (IR). He has extensive administrative and management experience particularly in the University education and training sub-sector.

Associate Professor CTK is an experienced researcher with over 27 publications in renowned referred journals and has facilitated at national and international conferences. Not only is he committed to teaching and supervision of both postgraduate diploma and Masters Students, but also supervises PhD students and has been a member of a number of the Doctoral Committees. 

Using his academic contacts and linkages with International Development (IDS), University of Dalhousie, Canada, solicited funding for some senior staff members at MUST to purse studies (Capacity Development for Food Security in Cuba and Uganda). He is highly involved in community service and is currently the Vice Chairman of Chartered Bishop Stuart University; at the same time, is Chairman, Committee of Finance, Planning and Properties which is responsible for managing all the funds, assets and property of the university.