For the last 30 years, Professor Dr. Ntayi has undertaken research (see details of his publications on www.ntayi.ug, www.ntayi.com). He has taught at various degree levels (Bachelors, Postgraduate Diploma, Masters and PhD levels). Courses taught during his lifetime include Project Risk Management; Energy Risk Management, Corporate Governance, Ethics and Sustainability; Organizational Behaviour; Philosophy of Science – Quantitative Methods; Philosophy of Science – Qualitative Methods; Business Ethics; The process of scientific investigation and Theory Building; Metaphysics for Scientific Realism; Causality and Logical Positivism; Banking Ethics; Social Research Methods; Advanced Research Methods; Supply chain management, Consumer Psychology; ICT for Development; Quantitative Techniques; Positive Psychology; Advanced Quantitative Methods; Procurement Ethics; Strategic Management; Leadership and Governance Ethics; Public Sector Procurement; Logic and Boolean Algebra; Marketing engineering; Business Communication Skills; Customer care; Organizational Behavior and Development; Differential Equations; Interactive linear structural relations; Operations Research; Geometry; Critical Thinking; Introduction to Econometrics; Qualitative Data analysis using ATLAS and NVIVO; quantitative data analysis with SPSS, PLS, AMOS and LISREL; Agricultural Marketing; Leadership; Entrepreneurship Seminar Series; Sales and Marketing for travel and Tourism; Tourism products; International Marketing; Leisure and Hospitality seminar series; Marketing Management; Marketing Microfinance Services; Global Marketing Management; Marketing Channels; Salesforce management; Public Administration; Managing Culture in International Business; Procurement Ethics; Services Marketing; Interpersonal Dynamics; Personal Finance Management; Career Planning and Management Interventions; Basic Research Methods; Business Administration; Logistics Management; Project Management; Industrial Marketing; Marketing Psychology; Marketing Strategy; ICT; Sales Force Management; Marketing Research; Quantitative Methods for Marketers; Corporate Governance; International Culture and Management; Marketing for Nonprofits; Procurement Principles; Marketing Engineering and Modeling; Strategic Marketing Management; Marketing Agricultural Products; Advertising Management  to mention but a few



Currently, Professor Dr. Joseph Ntayi is the Pioneer Dean, Faculty of Economics, Energy and Management Sciences, Makerere University Business School with a student population of over 3, 700. He is the former pioneer Dean, of the Faculty of Computing and Management Sciences (FCMS) at Makerere University Business School. He created, operationalized and managed the FCMS in the capacity of the Dean from 2007- 2014. During his tenure in office as the Dean, he saw the student numbers grow from zero to about 4,000. He is a pioneer Dean who set up and operationalize field attachment for all students at Makerere University Business School from 2007-2014; Professor Ntayi is the chairman of the materials development committee for the Insurance Institute of Uganda. He is the former - Project Manager, the Netherlands Programme for the Institutional Strengthening of Post-secondary Education and Training Capacity (NPT/UGA/040) - Support for institutional Capacity Development in Public and Private procurement Management in Uganda (2004-2010); Director, Uganda National Marketers Forum; formerly pioneer - Faculty advisor, MUBS-Global Business Case Competition (GBCC) an annual event, which takes place in Washington, USA; Chair and Coordinator for Makerere University Business School case writing committee; Chairman, Digitization Implementation Committee – Makerere University Business School, Reviewer, for international public procurement and Operations Research Society for Eastern Africa (ORSEA) and a member of quality assurance and curriculum review and development at Makerere University Business School.

Prof. Ntayi started his career as a civil servant at a rank of foreign trade officer in the Ministry of Commerce which was later restructured to form the Ministry of Commerce, Cooperatives and Marketing and later metamorphosed into Ministry of Trade and Industry (Uganda). He later resigned and quit the traditional civil service and embarked on an academic career development programme which has seen him rise from the rank of graduate assistant to full professor. Administratively, Prof. Ntayi rose to the level of Head - Department of Marketing; and thereafter became the pioneer head - department of Marketing, Procurement and Logistics Management and pioneer Dean, Faculty of Computing and Management Science, Makerere University Business School (MUBS). Between 2007-2009, Prof. Ntayi coordinated a PhD Programme at Makerere University Business School (MUBS) and worked as Team leader - Global entrepreneurship monitor (GEM) research team for Eastern Uganda. He has chaired various committees both at MUBS and elsewhere. He has contributed greatly to the government efforts in spearheading procurement reforms and fighting corruption in Uganda. He is an external examiner and visiting professor for a number of Universities in Uganda and Africa.