Hey, So I have noticed that many school of public health require good grade in Calculus as requirements for admission to PhD programs in Epidemiology. I, however, did not. I got a D in Calculus in my undergrad. I know it sucks but I got accepted into a scholars program and started taking classes the summer before my freshman year. I had to complete a semester of calculus in 6 weeks and I was immature and lazy at the time. I am taking advanced statistical classes at LSHTM for a MSc in Epidemiology right now so I do not know if admissions will be more lenient given that I am not going straight from my undergrad. I was thinking of looking into MIT Opencourseware just to prepare but its not like I can put that on my CV. Does anyone think I need to retake a calculus course?