BS in Interdisciplinary Studies EC-6 Core Subjects
Our partnership with RELLIS Academic Alliance helps students living in the Bryan–College Station area to seamlessly transition into the SFA program through a face-to-face completer program without leaving the area.
Students can complete their associate degree in two years at the RELLIS Campus in Bryan before completing their final two years with SFA, earning a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in early childhood through grade 6 core subjects.
What is the RELLIS Campus?
Founded in 2016 by The Texas A&M University System, the RELLIS Campus in Bryan fosters cutting-edge research, technology development, workforce training and two- and four-year college degrees by tapping the System's state agencies and multiple universities, along with academic, corporate and government partners outside the System.
Associate to bachelor's degree — which pathway is right for you?
Earn your associate degree through the Blinn College District
You can earn an Associate of Arts in teaching or an Associate of Science in education through the Blinn College District before continuing towards your SFA degree. The best part? You can do all of this right on the RELLIS Campus!
View our transfer guide below to learn more about these program pathways and their recommended course sequences.
Questions about admissions?
Reach out to our SFA at RELLIS coordinator or the RELLIS freshman admissions staff by using the contact information at the bottom of this page.
Transfer into the SFA at RELLIS completer program
If you’ve earned 63 credit hours, including the required courses to transfer to the SFA program, or an associate degree in teaching or education at another institution, you can take your final 57 credit hours at and receive your BSIS with a concentration in EC-6 from SFA on the RELLIS Campus.
If you’re short on hours or required courses, you can complete those at your former institution or enroll at the Blinn College District on the RELLIS Campus to earn those credits before transferring to the SFA program.
View our transfer guide below to lear more about the program pathway and the required courses.
Questions about transfer admissions?
Reach out to our SFA at RELLIS coordinator or the RELLIS transfer admissions staff by using the contact information at the bottom of this page.
Cost of attendance
Visit the RELLIS Campus Tuition and Fees page for current information regarding courses taken while earning your associate degree. Rates applicable to our partnership are located in the "Texas A&M System Regional Universities – Upper Division Courses" section of their webpage.
When it's time for you to transition to SFA, consider applying for the Community College Transfer Scholarship.
Ready to apply?
To apply for the completer program, you must apply to SFA through ApplyTexas.org. On your application, indicate your interest in the RELLIS Campus.
SFA is a rolling admissions university, meaning there is no application deadline; however, we recommend submitting your application and documents before Aug. 1 for a fall start at the RELLIS Campus.
Visit our Transfer Students page for more information.
Dr. Adam Akerson, SFA at RELLIS Coordinator
Dalton Jones, RELLIS Admissions Coordinator
DaNeetra Walker, RELLIS Manager of Enrollment Services
1429 Bryan Road, Suite 206
Bryan, Texas 77807