Ness School of Management and Economics
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.
Are you ready to take on finals? They're just a few short days away, so the time to study is now! It may be hard to put your mind to work, but you can finish your classes strong when you study. If you find yourself struggling to study, check out our tips to make your study sessions effective!
Are you looking for a way to meet other people who share your interests or easy networking opportunities? Join one of the Ness School’s clubs! Our clubs are student led and have countless opportunities for students to grow professionally, network with industry leaders and expand their knowledge. The Ness School has a variety of clubs so that you can truly pursue all of your passions!
Our very own Ness School professor, Dr. Zhiguang (Gerald) Wang, was selected as the Students’ Association Club Advisor of the Year on April 4th, 2022. Read on to learn about why he was selected for this honor!
Procrastination causes unnecessary stress and makes your to-do list grow longer and longer. While we are all guilty of procrastinating, there are ways that can help you stay on top of your work and defeat procrastination before it even starts.
Are you looking to get ahead of classes this summer? Maybe you need to make up a few credits? Do you just want to take a course for something to do? Learn more about a few course options for YOU to take this summer below!