Have you taken any introductory Accounting/Computer Science/IT Systems/Supply Chain Management classes in your first two year of college? If not, I would recommend you taking at least one introductory class for each major you described and hopefully these classes will give you a picture on whether it is something you will enjoy or not. Both Accounting and Computer Science major offer a strong earning potential and career growth opportunities. However, I think it is very important that you first find out whether you will enjoy/be passionate about these majors.
I am currently working for a large Accounting firm called PwC and I know the firm hires people with a variety of different backgrounds. Besides, many other Accounting firms have been increasingly hiring people with diverse background. As long as you are able to demonstrate capabilities and have the right skill set, Accounting can open doors for a multitude of diverse career options.
I couldn't speak to Computer Science/IT Systems/Supply Chain Management majors but I would encourage you to speak with your career counselors. They might be able to point you to the right professor/professional that could help you.
Hope this helps, good luck!