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Department of Geomatics and Land Management

Dr. Musinguzi Moses, PhD

Associate Professor

Research Interest: GIS, Professional practice, Research methods.


Dr Moses Musinguzi is an Associate Professor of Geomatics and Land Management and  a registered/licensed Land Surveyor with over 20 years’ practical experience in Land Administration and Geographical / Land Information Systems working as a Researcher, Consultant and Educationist.

He possesses a PhD in Geo-informatics undertaken as a sandwich between Uppsala University in Sweden and Makerere University in Uganda(2004-2007), a Masters Degree in Geographical Information Systems from Nottingham University in the UK (1995-1996) and a Bachelors Degree in Surveying from Makerere University (1990-94)

Dr. Musinguzi has participated in Practical Land Administration processes in Uganda including developing guidelines and technical specifications for systematic land adjudication / demarcation, providing input into the Urban Policy and Land Policy. He is a member of Land Information System working group, Systematic Land Adjudication and Demarcation working group and Law reform working group of the Ministry of Lands Housing and Urban Development.  He also played a key role in piloting certification of customary land in Uganda using fir-for-purpose land administration concepts.

 He is currently, the Principle College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology and  former Dean of the School of the Built Environment at Makerere University and serves as a member of the University Contracts Committee, Senate Academic Policies and Appeals Committee and Senate Anti-Sexual Harassment Committee. Furthermore, he has supervised Masters and PhD students in Land Administration at Makerere University in Uganda, KTH in Sweden and Technical University of Munich in Germany.


  • Ph.D., Accounting & Finance, University of Strathclyde, Scotland
  • M.S.F., Finance, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, 2006
  • M.B.A., Taxation, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA, 1983


  • The primary market value innovations of newly public firms
  • Auditor Tenure and Quality of Financial Report
  • Unexpected Fees and the Prediction of Material Weaknesses


Business Planning90%
Business Law70%
Lecture Skill100%