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- August 14, 2012
Hi, if you specialise in two areas, it is called Dual Specilisation. But it does not mean anything to an employer unless you have gained knowledge in both areas and the specilisations have relevance to each other. But good to do multiple specilisations since most companies are looking at versatile students who can perform various functional jobs. Also you still have the option of choosing a career either in IT or HR when you finish the course. All the best.