I see nothing has changed
I graduated in 96 and even then they didn't teach programming (past the first few lines in Year 1)
Coding was something we were expected to learn by ourselves. What they did teach was the theory behind programming, rather than the syntax and foibles of a particular language.
And even today, 20 years on, I can count on my fingers the number of times training was provided to anyone on my teams (I was allowed one, in 2000). We train ourselves on our own time because no one else is going to. They really need to be up front about that so that in the 6 months before the first job, the new grads have been pounding keyboards and heads against desks doing some real coding.