AutoCAD 1: Basic 2D CADE 9125

Continuous Intake

Our AutoCAD 1: Basic 2D course teaches you basic 2D concepts, including drawing file management, construction/editing commands, drawing navigation, co-ordinate systems, drafting aids, drawing set-up procedures, page set-ups, plotting, layouts, viewports, inquiry commands, layers, object properties, text/text styles and dimensions. Practice using these concepts and procedures to create increasingly complex 2D technical drawings.

Also check out our on-campus course: CADE 9115 AutoCAD 1: Basic 2D


Course Essentials:

Free AutoCAD software is available for this course, but system requirements for AutoCAD will be specific to the version of AutoCAD you are using. (This course was developed using the Windows version of AutoCAD. If you are using a Macintosh computer, contact the department co-ordinator for assistance.) Also refer to the basic technology requirements for online courses, but note that you will also be required to have an extra 4 GB of hard drive space to download the course materials.

Registration Method:

This is an online course with continuous intake registration. That means this course does not have traditional start/end dates. You can register at any time throughout the year (24 hours a day, 7 days a week), and you will have 90 calendar days from the day you receive the online access/course materials to complete the course. Make sure to register in the section (CRN) with the Date(s) range that includes the date on which you plan to start the course (keeping in mind that you will receive your online access/course materials approximately a week after you register). Teacher support will be available via email.


You must have basic computer skills.

Hours and Fees





Course Sections

Delivery Method: Self-directed Online
Delivery Method: Self-directed Online
Delivery Method: Self-directed Online
Technology Department

Read about our textbooks policy, and remember that the Continuing Education attendance policy and closure dates differ from those for full-time college programs.