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AutoCAD isn't a degree. Instead, it is engineering and architecture drafting and design software. Its tools and commands allow designers to generate detailed 2D and 3D designs. Architects, engineers, and electricians utilize AutoCAD. However, Cherry Institute programs teach AutoCAD. AutoCAD certificate courses are available through the Cherry Institute. These classes cover drawing basics, editing tools, layer management, dimensioning, and plotting. These courses award certificates. A Cherry Institute AutoCAD certificate course is useful, but it is not a degree. A degree program may incorporate internships or co-ops and cover more courses. CAD software like AutoCAD is typically taught in engineering and architectural degrees, along with arithmetic, physics, materials science, and project management. AutoCAD is engineering and architecture software, not a degree program. Cherry Institute offers AutoCAD certificate courses to help users learn the software. Certificate courses are not degree programs. Engineering and architecture students should seek a broad-based degree program.