Rev. Dr. Sr. Marie Nakitende

DEAN BAM

Sr. Dr. Marie G. Nakitende holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management, from Alverno College and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) and a Doctor of Philosophy ( Ph.D.) in Education Leadership from Cardinal Stritch University, USA. She is a Lecturer in Business and the Dean, Faculty of Business Administration and Management at Uganda Martyrs University, Uganda. She is interested in various research areas like management, innovation, entrepreneurship, information technology, and education systems

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Education and Leadership in Higher Education Management,
    Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin-USA (December 2012)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA (May 2009)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Business & Management (Minor in Communication & Computer Science)(B.A) Alverno College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA (May 2006)
  • Diploma Accounting & Finance, Nkokonjeru Institute of Management, Uganda (1995)

Research Interests

Nakitende, M.G, Rafay, A, and Waseem, M, (2021). “Frauds in Business
organizations”; DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-5567-5.ch002

Trad, A., Nakitende, M. G., and Oke, T. (2021). “Tech-Based Enterprise Control and Audit for Financial Crimes: The Case of State-Owned Global Financial Predators
(SOGFP); DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-5567-5.ch026

Nakitende, M. (2019). Motivation and perseverance of women in education leadership in the United States of America.  DOI:  10.4314/jssd.v6i2. Journal of Science and Sustainable Development, 6(2), 75 – 101. https://journals.umu.ac.ug/index.php/jssd/article/view/108

Nakitende, M. G. (2019), Perseverance of Women in Higher Education Leadership”
Book by Lambert Academic Publishing.

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She is a Lecturer in Business and the Dean, Faculty of Business Administration and Management at Uganda Martyrs University, Uganda. She is interested in various research areas like management, innovation, entrepreneurship, information technology, and education systems