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Graduate School Economics Application Math Issue


I have Bachelors and Masters Degree in Economics with very limited mathematics (college algebra, calculus for business, two week review of calculus I and linear algebra) but I am applying for a PhD in Economics. I have contemplated taking math courses(Calculus, Multivariate calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations)  in the summer as a Non-Degree student but I live in a country where math courses are only offered as part of a degree program.

I would like some advice on how I can take the math courses I need to strengthen my PhD applications or what programs I can apply to that can admit me and allow me to take math courses in the summer before the program begins. 



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