2d CAD vs 3d CAD
From what I can tell, the university requires a 1 credit hour class called Introduction to CAD. That's for the civil major. The school's (Marshall University) engineering programs are ABET accredited, but they're working on upsizing the engineering complex and don't have the course requirements for ME or any of the other upcoming programs up just yet. Hopefully I'm not wrong in my assumption that the Intro To CAD applies to ME as well.
With that being said, I'm taking a 3 credit class on CAD at the community college. The CC class is on 2d CAD. They have a separate class for 3d that I won't have time to take before transferring. I guess my questions are about a typical uni CAD class and about what kind of CAD is used most often in the field. Will a 2d class at the CC be helpful when I go to the uni or is 3d the more dominant type of CAD?