Management Information Systems

"Where Business Meets Technology"

The Management Information Systems Program combines a strong business curriculum with the experience and technical skills needed to compete in today's information-based society. Three of the five fastest-growing occupations in the U.S. require a deep understanding of business needs coupled with technical knowledge to help organizations succeed and grow.


Students in UA's MIS program are well-prepared to meet head-on the challenges that companies, non-profits, and governments face in the Information Age. We invite you to explore our program!


A Program of High Standards

The Management Information Systems program at The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Commerce is ranked No. 4 among public universities and No. 8 among all universities, according to the 2013 Bloomberg BusinessWeek rankings.


Graduates from the UA MIS program are among the most sought. For more than a decade, the program has placed more than 99% of its students before graduation. In 2013, graduating UA MIS students’ average starting salaries exceeded $59,800.


UA MIS students learn how to realize organizational value by leveraging information technology, business process and software. Sponsored by more than two dozen Fortune 500 companies, consulting firms and business startups, the hallmark of the UA MIS is real-life, team-based IS projects.


Some of our recent honors include:


The UA MIS Student Professional Society was recognized as the Chapter of the Year by the Association for Information Systems 2011-2012, Shanghai

The UA MIS Student Professional Society placed second in the Chapter of the Year competition by the Association for Information Systems 2012-2013, Orlando

UA MIS students competed in the Wal-Mart IT Summit Case Competition placing on the 1st and 2nd placed teams, 2013, Bentonville

The UA MIS program hosted the 2013 International AIS Student Leadership Conference, 2013

Through corporate sponsorship, the UA MIS program awarded more than 140 scholarships in 2012-2013.


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