Thanks for asking this question. I would actually recommend getting a computer science degree as you don't pidgin hole your self down the road. For example lets say 3 years after you graduate you may want to go into development or be a database analyst with that degree you have the option of doing different things as you have the foundation skills that you learned during college.
If during your junior year if you still would want to get in to cyber security I would look at either getting a cyber security certificate from SANS (sans.org) or consider getting your masters from one of the following graduate institutions.
- Boston University - https://www.bu.edu/met/programs/graduate/computer-information-systems/
- Northeastern - https://www.khoury.northeastern.edu/program/cybersecurity-ms/
- Johns Hopkins - https://ep.jhu.edu/programs-and-courses/programs/cybersecurity
An advantage to doing it this way is that you could work full time and then be a part time student. Most companies, not all, have a tuition reimbursement program.
Hope this helps.
Brendan recommends the following next steps:
- Obtain webinars on program
- Request information on each program
- Look at the standardized testing required
- Take standardized testing
- Apply to programs