The Ness School of Management and Economics offers students a high-quality education and excellent job placement opportunities. Our 30 full-time faculty members teach a broad range of courses in economics and related business disciplines, including finance, accounting, entrepreneurship, strategic management and marketing. We conduct research on applied micro- and macroeconomics, agricultural marketing and trade, farm and ranch management, agricultural policy and rural development, and natural resources/environmental issues, and we provide extension, outreach and general service programs in economics.
Looking for a job while not able to leave the house? Today’s blog talks about three great online resources for students and graduates to look for internships and job opportunities. Learn about what each platform offers and see which one is right for you.
Make sure to register for New Student Orientation! NSO will be completely virtual this summer to comply with social distancing guidelines and keep our students and staff safe.
Coordinator for SDState's Entrepreneurial Studies program and a lecturer for the Ness School of Management and Economics, Barb Heller prides herself on instilling the ability to dream big and be passionate into her students.
Learn all about the Ness School of Management and Economics’ accelerated master’s program from professor and graduate-programs coordinator Joe Santos.
Ryan McKnight is an instructor for the Ness School of Management and Economics at South Dakota State University. Ryan played football for SDSU and after graduation, he decided to come back and teach at his alma mater.
If you are looking to add a minor to your degree but don’t know what to take you’re in the right place. The Land Valuation and Rural Real Estate is a relatively new and unknown minor. So, here’s some information about what the minor means, its coursework, and what careers it pairs well with. Take a look and see if this minor is right for you.
Joe Santos is a professor in the Ness School of Management and Economics. When he's not teaching, you might find him researching Economics or you might hear him on South Dakota Public Radio during Lori Walsh's segment entitled "In the Moment."