Others can correct me I'm wrong, but I think USNews only names the top 5 MIS programs - which are...MIT, Carnegie Mellon, UTexas, UMaryland, & UMich
I haven't seen any rankings other than those from USNews.
As many already know, UA Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business is very strong. This is a link to the major companies who are the MIS department's program partners... Program Partners
UA MIS website.... Management Information Systems
UA MIS video... What is MIS Video
I notice that Dr. Sharpe, who is the interim Dean of the Honors College and the current Director of Computer-Based Honors Program is briefly shown at the beginning of the video (I didn't watch the whole thing; he may be on again, later.). Dr. Sharpe is from the MIS department.
UA offers what it calls the "Capstone Experience" for MIS students...
The Capstone Experience is a project-driven course taken in the senior year of the MIS program. Seniors work in teams with direction of Master’s-level project managers to provide solutions for the real business challenges of our corporate sponsors.
During the Capstone Experience or "CapEx," students work with corporate clients to fully understand the pressing issues faced by their companies and implement student-designed processes and technologies that solve them. CapEx differentiates our Top 5 nationally-ranked MIS program because our projects allow students to transition into a successful professional life through real experience by creating real business value.
Here are some of CapEx's projects... Capstone Team Projects
It looks like the MIS department has some scholarships for continuing students in MIS.
The University of Alabama MIS Program has enjoyed close to 100% placement of its graduates in the field since 1999. The Program annually attracts some of the best organizations in the nation to recruit our students. MIS graduates are hired by firms ranging from small startups to the largest corporations and public-service organizations in the world.