The customized concentration consists of five courses of at least three credits each. At least four of the courses must be upper-division. The courses can be qualifying transfer courses, courses in residence, or a combination of the two. None of the courses can be double counted to apply to another concentration or major that the student is enrolled in or has completed. The courses must combine to form a cohesive sequence of study. A concentration comprised of five courses in the same discipline will typically be approved as a customized concentration. Concentrations comprised of courses in different but related disciplines will be reviewed by the assistant dean to determine whether they can be approved as a customized concentration.