I would suggest a degree in business with photography as a minor would be a better idea. Photography is a business -- a highly competitive one -- and to be honest, not a very attractive one financially anymore. With the advent of digital photography the value of photographs has dropped precipitously. As a photo workshop instructor told me three decades ago, "if photography was easy, everyone would be doing it." It wasn't so easy then, but now everyone with a smart phone is doing it.
Possibly studying graphic arts is a better career choice than photography, however, there are fewer magazines and books being printed now. As my income from photography has diminished, I now do some design work in women's fashions, travel posters, business and greeting cards and the income from it in my experience is minimal.
Fortunately, before I semi-retired, I had a very successful career for a few decades doing assignment photography for magazines and licensing my travel photos worldwide, but those days are long gone. I'm now photographing a book which I am also designing and publishing as an independent publisher. Admittedly, publishing is a risky venture requiring substantial cash that may or may not pay off. It's something I can afford as a retiree, but I don't think it would be a wise career move for someone starting out. With a degree in business you can undoubtedly find better opportunities and a more secure career than pursuing the fields of photography and graphic design.