Took some courses as electives as part of a degree in engineering. Let's see.... Algol (which seems to be a direct antecedent of Pascal) followed by PDP8 assembler and then a packaged called GPSS II which was used for queuing simulations.
After that I just picked up new languages as needed for my work including FORTRAN, Pascal, PERL, C, and far too much JCL just to get things to work on Big Iron. Still Going with a bit of Python and of course the newer web things that I don't think of as a general language (e.g. HTML, PHP, CSS, etc) but are useful for specific tasks. Got into Unix/Linux late in my career and I hope this learning curve never ends.