Poli92 Posted November 29, 2013 Share Posted November 29, 2013 (edited) Hello, I've heard a lot of differing opinions on how much math experience you should ideally come into a grad program with and I would just like a little feedback on what everyone here thinks? I am a poli sci and econ major and have taken the sort of math-related classes one might expect with econ (intro/intermediate micro, applied calculus, two terms of statistical methods). I'm currently a junior so I would have time to throw in more calculus or something along those lines if that would be beneficial. Would I really see any gain from doing this or would I just be suffering for nothing? Also, my interests are with using mixed methods approaches to studying the intersection of economic factors/institutions and internal conflict if that info is helpful. Thanks all! Edited November 29, 2013 by JoeW92 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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