Dunwoody's Business Department positions students to move into managerial and other leadership positions or start their own businesses in a variety of technical industries. Students take business and management courses such as Managerial Accounting, Quality Systems, Leadership, and Entrepreneurial/Marketing Management. Courses are taught during the evening by faculty members who have extensive industry experience and the appropriate degrees and certifications in their field of expertise. Students learn how to manage business relationships; develop, produce, and market products and services; navigate industry and government regulations; and tackle complex projects. Students also enhance their business soft skills such as communication, business writing, and human relations. All courses are offered as distance learning courses. The Department offers a bachelor's completion degree in Business Management & Leadership, which also includes the option for a concentration in Management Information Systems.