Faculty of Economics has been offering courses by distance education since 1993. It does not only consist of distance education, but also tutorials, application services and face-to-face education. It has five departments; Economics, Finance, Public Administrations, Labor Economics and Industrial Relations and International Relations (Department of International Relations does not admit students now). The faculty uses teleconferences, which is supported by internet and computer, as well as printed materials and TV broadcasts. It is aimed to help students adapt these technologies and create technological interaction with the usage of them. There are also tutorials at appropriate cities.