One course that I teach is Design and Drafting Using AutoCad. It is an MVCC course in which students learn two-dimensional computer aided drafting skills.
From the MVCC Course Catalog:
This course provides the foundation and problem-solving skills necessary to develop and interpret engineering drawings using the computer-aided drafting software (AutoCAD). Topics include assembly and detail drawing composition; design for assembly/manufacturing (DFA/DFM); geometric dimensioning and tolerancing; tolerance control and standard fits; fasteners; gearing; sheet metal developments; weldments; functional drafting techniques; and the development of 2-D and 3-D CAD generated drawings and system operations.
Students are asked to bring the following supplies with them daily:
- 1 inch binder
- Blue/black pen
- Pencil with eraser