Designed to support individual faculty teaching in universities, colleges, and community colleges, these licenses provide faculty, and their students access to MATLAB and Simulink products in any learning environment, including in-classroom, virtual, and hybrid programs.
These licenses feature:
- A single suite that includes MATLAB, Simulink, and other products for desktop use
- MATLAB Online and Simulink Online for web access
- Online training courses to help students learn MATLAB and Simulink
- MATLAB Grader for instructors to build and automatically grade student assignments, with optional LMS integration
- Annual pricing based on number of users
Contact sales to learn about pricing for universities or community colleges.
“MATLAB and Simulink are effective tools to teach a range of concepts from introductory programming to advanced control engineering enabling students to build simple controllers to complicated control systems using PLCs more easily.”Yuuichiroh Mitani, Professor, National Institute of Technology, Numazu College
Create Interactive Auto-Graded Assignments
Assess your students' skills using MATLAB Grader for both formative assessments with automated feedback and summative assessments, such as quizzes and exams, while ensuring academic integrity. MATLAB Grader lets you scale assessments and automatically grade MATLAB coding assignments in any learning environment.
“MATLAB Grader is a valuable teaching tool that has allowed me to create and customize auto-graded problems that fit well with the learning objectives of my introductory programming course. More importantly, it has allowed my students to practice at their own pace and get instant feedback!”Lina Battestilli, Ph.D., North Carolina State University
Resources to Get Started
Students and faculty can get started with MATLAB and Simulink products through interactive tutorials and comprehensive training courses.
“I've been using MATLAB to introduce students to computer programming for 20 years. I've found it to be a great platform for building on students' foundation of calculator skills without getting mired down in arcane syntax or compiler quirks. You can even use it to control hardware such as Arduino microcontrollers and provide a more engaging introduction to programming.”Eric Davishahl, Associate Professor of Engineering, Whatcom Community College