Partially in response to Passey’s call for help, but partially as a heads-up to my fellow autodidacts:
New England Actuarial Seminars offers several courses online that meet the requirements of the Society of Actuaries and Casualty Actuarial Society. Available for free are syllabus; module-by-module instructions, reading assignments and homework assignments; and discussion with fellow students (see here). For about $300 per course, they will grade your homework, work with a proctor you designate and they approve to administer a final exam, and produce a transcript / certificate.
The topics are typical of a modern economics education, so most of us Austrians just have to grin and bear it as we make our way through:
Microeconomics using Landsburg, Price Theory and Applications
Macroeconomics using Barro, Macroeconomics
Corporate Finance using Brealey and Myers, Corporate Finance
Regression Analysis using Pindyck and Rubinfeld, Econometric Models and Economic Forecasts
Time Series also using Pindyck and Rubinfeld, Econometric Models and Economic Forecasts