As far as I know non-degree classes are fine as long as they're from a relatively reputable place. If you're also on the hunt for letters, then it may be easier to enroll in an MA though.
I am thinking of taking some graduate level classes such as microeconomic theory and mathematical economics and more math courses as a non degree student because I graduated this year. My profile is a little weak and I was wondering if taking classes as a non degree student would help. Or should I go for and MA?
I plan on applying to PhD programs for 2016 and I believe most of the classes I would take for an MA probably won't transfer to some of the schools I am interested in, so I was wondering if doing an MA is worth it? Or would non degree classes do the trick?
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