In November 2018, MathWorks and the CSU signed a four-year system-wide agreement for MATLAB, the world’s leading computational platform for engineering, scientific and mathematical applications. MATLAB’s Total Academic Headcount (TAH) enterprise license model provides signatory campuses in the CSU open and unlimited access to more than 83 modules for teaching, learning and research in a wide range of disciplines. The CSU joins more than 800 universities worldwide that have chosen the TAH license, providing their faculty, researchers and students unlimited license to the full suite of MATLAB products.
This CSU-MathWorks agreement represents a partnership and perhaps a shared vision between the largest higher education system in the US and the premier developer and mathematical computing software for engineers and scientists with the promise of supporting of student learning and research through computational modelling. Go to this link for more information regarding partnership activities.