AutoCAD is the Quality design software tool used in engineering, architecture, Interior design, and construction Industries. Designers and drafters use it to create 2D and 3D computer drawings.

Introductory courses provide students with a basic knowledge of AutoCAD’s interface, menu options, toolbar, and operational commands. Courses often include the opportunity for students to observe the execution of professional drafting projects and learn to create their own 2D designs. Basic skills include drawing, editing, layering, and plotting.

After completing prerequisite introductory instruction in Auto Cad, students often receive training in advanced-level AutoCAD skills. These can include hatching, dimensionless, cross-references, tables, and block attributes. Students can also be introduced to 3D designs and related drafting skills in preparation for advanced AutoCAD training.