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Transfer Credit (B.A.)

The Interior Design department and Office of Undergraduate Admissions are committed to making your transfer to Marymount as smooth as possible.

The following articulation agreements are for students transferring Interior Design coursework from Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) and Montgomery College (MC).


Transfer credit information for Interior Design graduate students is available here.

Articulation Agreements / Portfolio Requirements

MU Course / Title NOVA Course MC Course Transfer Requirements
ID-101
Intro to Interior Design
IDS 225
Business Procedures
IDES 101
Interior Design I
Grade of C or higher
ID-102
Foundation Studio I
IDS 100
Theory & Techniques of ID
IDES 111
Interior Design II
Portfolio and grade of C or higher
ID-121
Freehand Drafting
IDS 105
Architectural Drafting for ID
IDES 110
Technical Drawing and Drafting
Portfolio and grade of C or higher
ID-122
Sketching and Rendering for Ideas
IDS 106
3D Drawing & Rendering
IDES 116
Adv Presentation Techniques
Portfolio and grade of C or higher
ID-203
Foundation Studio II
IDS 215
Theory & Research Commercial Design
IDES 221
Interior Design: Residential 
Portfolio and grade of C or higher
ID-204
Foundation Studio III
IDS 221
Designing Commercial Interiors I
IDES 222
Interior Design: Commercial/Contract
Portfolio and grade of C or higher
ID-223
Presentation Drawings
IDS 245 CAD for ID
or IDS 246 Adv CAD for ID
ARCH 183
CAD: Arch Applications
Portfolio and grade of C or higher
ID-231
Textiles and Finish Materials
IDS 205
Materials & Sources
IDES 234
Textiles
Grade of C or higher
ID-350
History of Interior Design I
IDS 109
Styles of Furniture
IDES 211
Historic Interiors I or
IDES 212
Historic Interiors II
Grade of C or higher
FA-103
2D Design
ART 131
Fund of Design I
ARTT 102
Design Studio: 2-Dimensional Design
Grade of C or higher
FA-104
Color Theory
ART 132
Fund of Design II
IDES 107 Interiors: Design Principles Grade of C or higher
FA-202
Intro to Art History II
ART 102
History and Appreciation of Art II
ARTT 201
Art History: 1400 to Present
Grade of C or higher
 

 

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