Yes, intro to R. Aside from MATLAB thats the only math related program I've used.
I'm eager to learn whichever is most applicable for a stats related job. Should I put more focus on R or SAS? I'm using R studio which so far I have been satisfied, but if SAS is a better use of my time I would rather start learning it now.
But with that being said it's not bad to get some SAS experience while you can. Especially if you plan on getting a job right after undergrad - SAS experience might help out there. But R is better and it's making its way into industry so who knows. But R definitely has the hearts of us academic types
With what Dason said, SAS is what you'll see most businesses looking for with regard to experience. That does not mean your R skills will go to waste, because you might get away with using them (as I do) or you can take the chance to learn SAS/IML, which is their take, more similar to Matlab (it treats all objects as a matrix--hence Interactive Matrix Language), on interactive scripting languages like R. Moreover, you can use R with your IML scripts. It can be run within its own SAS IML environment (studio) or from other SAS coding styles with some sort of PROC IML statement (when you use SAS, you'll know what I mean). It's something I'm going to try and take advantage of, and thought it could prove useful if you do learn SAS. You can get the best of both worlds, and I'm confident adding that you know SAS/IML above and beyond other SAS stuff will set you apart from the crowd!