Hey. If you're still looking for an opinion, as someone that just passed out recently, I could provide you with some insights. IT happens to be one of the most inclusive fields you could think of - you could get hired with incredible offers if you are good at what you do. Whatever degree you end up taking, I suggest you work on a basic language, followed by a few months of studying data structures and algorithms whilst simultaneously reading as much about the tech world as possible from reddit and the sort. A good basis in DS and algorithms can open you up to pretty much anything in CS and you could start finding your way around a couple of frameworks. Something like Django is great if Python is your language of choice (Which I highly recommend). Whilst doing this, I also recommend that you watch some NPTEL lectures on Operating Systems and COA followed by DBMS and Computer Networks. These should keep you busy for a year but I can assure you that if you manage to do this, you could have a brilliant career in front of you. You could then figure out, based on your hours of reading on Reddit, an area to specialize in. I chose Machine Learning, and it is a lot of fun. I however, do not recommend choosing anything until you're extremely good with the fundamentals. You should also try to make use of all the advanced courses you can take in your degree as those always help in some way or the other.
If you'd like me to point you towards something right now, I'd recommend pythonprogramming.net. You could watch his introductory Python tutorials, which are great, followed by doing the MIT Introduction to Algorithms course.
I should also mention that any courses in Linear Algebra and Advanced Calculus you could take will never go to waste, if you plan to study Machine Learning, which is probably the most exciting field out there.
I really hope you can make use of this. I wish I could have given a more structured response but I recommend you make a note of the important points and work in the order I've mentioned. Please do not mess up in college the way I and my friends did.