Experiences/Insights of any kind relating to this welcome.
Does it ever feel like you're missing out on the depth/getting the opportunity to fully explore either of your subjects?
If the subjects require two completely different skillsets do you think you've got good enough in both?
Could you get a job in either of your fields (if one of your subjects connects to a technical field) or does it equip you more for general grad jobs?
Could you pursue either of the subjects further in academia as a result of the degree?