Dr. Drew’s Answer
Cybersecurity changes on a regular basis. While some skills are used over and over, the tools you use will constantly change. I have a degree in Cybersecurity and would recommend computer science for your BS and certifications as you go. If you want one of the higher paying jobs you will need some certifications to go along with the degree, like the CISSP or ethical hacking.
Many schools are rushing to get cybersecurity degrees out there because it is the hot field right now. However, like most cases, there will be a time when the market gets saturated with these "me too" degrees and you will be put out on the street with someone who has the fundamentals and is continually learning. If you really want to get into cybersecurity (or really just about any IT position) and make it long-term, you will need to commit to life-long leaning, and having a spectrum of the fundamentals will help you learn and adapt as you go.
If you feel like you want to continue on after your BS, you can always specialize later at the Masters or Doctoral level, but the certifications are still just as important.