MG HR Advisory Council

An advisory council of HR and management professionals serves as a resource to the program by aligning the curriculum with industry needs. This ensures that students are prepared for a career in the profession. Council members provide practitioner review of and input to curriculum, learning objectives and class content to ensure alignment with the constantly changing business environment. Council members also serve as mentors, sponsor internships at their companies, and offer project assignments for students

The Department of Management, Information Systems & Quantitative Methods (MISQ) offers the following programs:

Highlights of UAB’s Management & Information Systems Programs

  • Various concentrations and courses and business minors offered through the MISQ department allow students to focus their studies. Note:  Click here to learn more about the Occupational Safety Concentration, a new concentration that is not featured in the latest edition of the UAB catalog. 

  • The Human Resource Management major is a new major and aligned with the curriculum guidelines of The National Society for Human Resource Management, which prepares students for careers in HR. Note: Human Resource Management (HRM) is a new major and is not featured in the latest edition of the UAB catalog.

  • With the exception of the MSMIS program (100% online program) which is offered strictly online, students can pursue one of our bachelor of science or MBA degrees by selecting courses taught in a traditional classroom setting, online format, or 100% Online Program that provides a guaranteed path of progression with a tuition premium.

  •  Internships are offered throughout the year, allowing students to explore career options and gain valuable experience.

  • The Information Systems Advisory Council works closely with the IS programs, providing input to ensure a relevant curriculum and support for students.

  • A Management & Human Resource Advisory Council serves as a resource in aligning the curriculum with industry needs to insure students are prepared for a career in the workforce.

  • Award-winning faculty who are extremely active and connected in the professional business community.

  • Practical hands-on-learning experiences outside of the classroom.

  • High level of industry support creating abundant scholarship and internship opportunities.  

  • Numerous award-winning UAB student chapters of professional organizations in Birmingham.