I don't think so.
As I recall from the installer, you have to select a drive as the first step. Based on this selection, you then proceed to select from the partition(s) available on that specific drive.
If you want to expend the energy (value added ?) you could install /home on the same drive as /. Post installation, you could do the messy of configuring a new /home on drive B and all of the associated changes required to make that happen (ie. /etc/fstab).
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