Students explore the concepts of two- and three-dimensional drawings and modelings. They learn how to incorporate models into printable layouts. They learn about primitives, as well as extruding, revolving, subtractive modeling, additive modeling, and rendering. Successful completion of both AutoCAD I and AutoCAD II provides students with the knowledge to sit for the AutoCAD Certified User exam.
AutoCAD Course Schedule
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AutoCAD Course Descriptions
The course teaches the essential skills and basic concepts of design and shape using AutoCAD. Emphasis is on visual concepts using simple drawings, printing, and plotting. The course includes production and management of 2D and 3D design drawings.
This course builds on AutoCAD I and the drawing process is developed with a focus on engineering. Students construct a variety of 2D and 3D drawings and 3D models and learn how to incorporate their models into a variety of printable layouts. At the completion, students will have a portfolio of drawings suitable to present in a job interview.