So here's my problem. I took the Calculus for Social & Life Sciences series because I was planning to get a science degree so I figured I'd probably never see higher level math again in my life. Well, I fell in love with economics and pretty much every advanced degree program (either master's or PhD) doesn't specifically require but strongly recommends having completed the full calculus sequence along with differential equations.

UC Davis General Catalog | Mathematics (MAT) Courses
So I took the equivalent of a year of short calculus, 16A-16B-16C, at my community college. Most programs recommend a year of calculus, 21A-21B-21C as well as 22A. Is there that big of a difference between those two sequences based on your interpretation of the course descriptions to require me to repeat calculus at the higher level, or will I be able to make up for the deficiencies as necessary?

The specific requirements for the M.A. in Economics at least at Davis for math is one year of calculus, doesn't specify what type, one course in linear algebra is strongly recommended, and two courses in statistics, one of which must be at the upper-division level (I've already done lower div stats so that's not really a concern of mine).

Any comments, tips, advice, etc. is appreciated.