1989. Doctorate Degree (Ed.D.) in Instructional Leadership with focus in Curriculum Development in Multicultural and Bilingual Education at University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 1985. Master’s Degree in Education (M.Ed.) in International Education, with a focus in Training and Development in Non-formal Education at University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Dr. Mutisya has more than 28 years in academia-in Instructional Leadership in Education: Instructional Training and Development in Education, Curriculum Development (Policy and Research Evaluation, Program Designing, Assessment, and Evaluation), and Professional Development for faculty and Education Professionals (K-20) at National and International levels.
He has taught in various USA institutions: North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University, University of North Carolina at Fayetteville, and University of Carolina at Chapel Hill.
He is a certified Process Education Trainer, a 21st Century Transformational approach to Teaching and Learning, and is an executive Board of Directors in two international academic research Association, The Academy of Process Education (www.processeducation.org), and a Life –time Association Member and Executive Board of Directors Member of the Association for the advancement of Educational Research (www.aaer.org)
His research in instructional leadership and curriculum development includes: Research Capacity building in interdisciplinary Critical Pedagogy/Andragogy and Diversity, multicultural Education, Cultural Identity, Educational Entrepreneurship, Educational Psychology, and Philosophical/Social Foundations of Education, Professional Training and Development in International and Global Education Literacy.
Prof. Mutisya joined the progressing Kenya University Project development plan in 2015. He has since invested resources in:
Prof. Mutisya is currently working on the following as he progresses the Diaspora University development plan.