I think the same applies here.
A data scientist is a fancy way of saying a "statistician who can code (should be required in stats programs now anyhow) and who can communicate effectively"
Based on a few people I've kept in touch with, it seems like it hasn't changed all that much at the undergrad level. The grad level was where the problem sizes and difficulty really forced you to use better tools.
I wonder, do statisticians actually use graphing calculators to do stats?