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 in economics (applied micro- and macroeconomics, money and banking, and policy analysis), agricultural economics and agribusiness (agricultural marketing and trade, farm and ranch management, land valuation, agricultural policy and rural development, and natural resources/environmental issues), and business economics (entrepreneurship, finance, management, and marketing); and we provide extension, outreach and general service programs in economics, management, and taxation
It's the toughest time of the semester; your final projects have probably already begun, tests seem to be popping up out of thin air and your workload might feel never-ending. This short week before the fact-paced race to the semester's end is the perfect time to catch a break, spend time with family and friends and reflect on what you're thankful for!
Check out this week's blog post featuring Kinser Madison, a senior Business Economics major! Learn about the why he loves SDSU, his experiences on campus and the life advice he has to offer to help you succeed!
Are you considering adding a minor to your college degree? Minoring provides you with an opportunity to learn about something you are interested in and can help your skill set be more specific or diversified! Here are the steps you should take to add a minor to your degree!
Get to know one of your academic advisors, Mrs. Kayte Haggerty! Mrs. Haggerty has been a Professional Academic Advisor here at State for over 8.5 years! She is an SDSU alumni, who majored in Sociology & Spanish for her undergraduate degree and has a Master’s Degree in Counseling & Human Development!
Career fairs can be intimidating. Walking into a room packed full of job recruiters with booths scattered with a company’s branded items may be overwhelming, but don’t stress yourself out! Here are a few ways to prepare yourself that will impress employers and help you land your dream job!
The deadline to drop a course is this Friday, November 5th! You might withdraw from courses because you are over-scheduled, changed your academic plan, don’t think you can pass, or don’t need that class for your program. If you have decided this is the best course of action, you have some important steps to take!