Interior Design and Merchandising
       Minor in Merchandising

The Minor in Merchandising provides students with the basic fundamentals of Fashion and Interior merchandising. Students gain a greater knowledge of clothing/apparel and home furnishing/interiors industries. The program provides base knowledge of elements that range from designers, to manufacturers, distributers, marketers, and retailers.

  • Courses
Courses:

Core Course............................................................................18 s.h.
MRCH 1135. Principles of Merchandising (3) (Formerly IDMR 1135)
MRCH 2350. Merchandising Strategies (3) (Formerly IDMR 2350) (P: MRCH 1135)
MRCH 3200. Consumer Studies in Merchandising (3) (P: IDMR 2350; Merch majors or minors)
MRCH 3350. Merchandising Analysis (3) (P: MRCH 2350; Merchandising majors or minors)
MRCH 3400. Visual Merchandising, Planning, and Operations (3) (P: MRCH 1135; Merch majors or minors)
MRCH 4350. Merchandising Planning, Buying, and Sourcing (3) (P: MRCH 3350)

MRCH or IDSN electives..........................................................6 s.h.
To be eligible to declare,must have an overall cumulative 2.0 GPA. To complete the minor, must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 in the minor.

 

If you began the Minor in Merchandising Prior to Fall 2006 Click Here for requirements.

To minor in Merchandising please notify your academic advisor of your intent.

Please note: Although the minor in Merchandising only consist of 24 semester hours it may take up to two years to get all the courses you need due to course scheduling, etc. The sooner you decide to minor in merchandising the better.
 
     
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