Did you know that nearly half of all Marymount Interior Design graduates began their undergraduate education at another institution? The Interior Design department and Office of Undergraduate Admissions are committed to making your transfer to Marymount as smooth as possible.
MU’s articulation agreements with local community colleges and accommodating transfer policies ensure that you’ll get the credit you deserve for your prior academic work.
The interior design placement portfolio helps us assess your ability to succeed in upper level interior design courses at Marymount University. If you are transferring interior design coursework from another institution, you may need to submit a portfolio.
Transfer credit for the following courses requires a placement portfolio showing examples of work completed in college-level studio courses.
- ID 102 Foundation Studio I
- ID 121 Freehand Drafting
- ID 122 Sketching & Rendering for Ideas
- ID 203 Foundation Studio II
- ID 204 Foundation Studio III
- ID 223 Presentation Drawings
Students seeking transfer credit for interior design courses should review the following deadlines. Portfolio instructions are included in the FAQ at the bottom of this page.
- Fall start: May 15 + August 1
- Spring start: December 1
Students may submit digital or physical portfolios:
- Digital Portfolios: Students should upload digital portfolios using this form. Once you have uploaded your portfolio, contact Prof. Doug Seidler for a transfer advising appointment.
- Physical Portfolios: Contact Prof. Doug Seidler for a transfer advising appointment where you can bring your physical portfolio.
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