Interior Merchandising Undergraduate Major
Mount Mary University’s interior merchandising program provides real-work experience, professional networking opportunities and service learning activities so you are prepared to achieve personal and professional success.
The Interior Merchandising program will give you professional interior merchandising, marketing and sales skills. Through this major, you'll gain knowledge of industry trends such as color marketing, textiles/material advancements, and technology needs.
Interior Design Major, Business Administration Major, '15
Hometown: Plymouth, WI
"Before I attended Mount Mary University, I was a student both at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay and Milwaukee. I soon realized that I wasn't receiving the attention and support that I needed to succeed and that is what lead me to attend MMU, and it has made all the difference! ... Every professor that I have encountered has gone out of their way to make sure they know each of their students and provide help and guidance ... Whether it is internship/job opportunities, business tours, or networking, the professors at Mount Mary go out of their way to create opportunities for each student to succeed in their desired field."
Merchandising professionals can be responsible for the many aspects within the field including collaboration with production, design, and marketing professionals. With a degree in Interior Merchandising, you'll be prepared to work in a specialized management sector within the industry of interiors.
Admission & Bachelor’s Degree Requirements
This program requires a minimum of 75 credits of interior design courses and completion
of the university’s core curriculum requirements. Complete degree requirements and
a listing of courses are available in the Undergraduate Bulletin (PDF)
and Curriculum Guide list.
Some academic programs require a GPA higher than what is required for general admission to Mount Mary University. Contact your admission counselor for more information.
Entrepreneurship Minor for Interior Merchandising Majors
The entrepreneurship minor is designed for non-business majors who wish to learn how to start a business in their chosen field. The minor requires a minimum of 21 credits and can be earned in the traditional daytime or accelerated formats. Consult the Undergraduate Bulletin (PDF) and Curriculum Guide list for more details on requirements and courses for this minor.