I am majoring in Aerospace Engineering, focusing on structural/solid mechanics. I was wondering if any practicing engineers would recommend knowledge of MATLAB. When I look at job applications, I mostly see that companies require that you know NASTRAN, PATRON, etc. but I see nothing about programming such as MATLAB, FORTRAN, C++, etc.
Could anyone tell me whether or not it would be worth my time to learn MATLAB?
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