Requirements for a USU degree through the China Cooperative Academic Programs are equivalent to those at the Logan campus. Degree requirements are established by appropriate USU faculty committees. Each course is taught in English by a local facilitator who works closely with a USU lead professor. USU faculty members periodically travel to the Chinese Universities to teach classes in person.
The curriculum offered at Northeast Dianli University (NEDU), Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) and Northwest University for Nationalities (NWUN) meets the course requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree in Economics with an emphasis in International Economics and Trade. The curriculum offered at the Institute of Advanced Learning (IAL) in Hong Kong meets the course requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree in Economics with an emphasis in Managerial Economics. The pages below show the curricula at each institution.