Are you desiring to be a programmer, a security analyst, a systems administrator? Each of these paths has wildly different class loads. Pick a direction and run with it. If you decide to change direction later, it's totally OK as your experiences in one part of IT can actually make you stronger in another. For example, a systems administrator with a background in programming can be proficient in scripting automation tasks that save companies a lot of money. On the other hand, a security guru turned programmer will be able to help his/her team write more secure code.
I am a Sales Engineer with Dell. I help enterprise IT departments choose client hardware (desktops, laptops, and thin clients). However, I also advise customers on their computer management software. For my job, I need to know a little bit about networking, enterprise client administration, hardware, and software scripting. I've also had jobs in networking, system administration, and consulting that all give me context when conversing with my customers who are experts in their field.