lora03 Posted August 6, 2012 Share Posted August 6, 2012 Hi all I am an economics graduate, however, my course entailed a few courses in econometrics and just one in maths for economists (calculus, statistics, etc). I do not have the multivariable calculus course yet but I am planning to make up for this. Question is how. I have a full-time job and having checked already I cant seem to find any suitable class in the evenings/weekends where I live. Is it possible to take online/distance classes (for credit)? I've done some research and came across some calculus classes offered by UC Berkeley Extension or Univ of North Dakota. Would the admission committee take these classes into account when they review my application? Or would it be a waste of money? any of you in the same situation? advice would be welcome. thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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