Hi Aniya - This was actually my major in college! It was called "Business Information Management" but I think the more widely used terminology is "Management Information Systems". Some schools offer this hybrid major so you wouldn't have to double major in business and technology separately. With that said, when the time comes for you to pick a school or a major, it would be good to take a closer look at what their hybrid curriculum entails. You should be looking for a blend of business-focused classes and Information Science/Computer Science-focused classes. Even though the CS classes were challenging, I'm glad that I stuck with it because I think it gave me a technical edge over my Business Admin peers.
In terms of the Master in Entrepreneurship, I echo many of the other people's comments, which is to focus on getting real world experience. Some schools may be offering degrees using trendy/eye-catching terms, but again, it's really important to focus on the substance of those degrees and the structure of those programs. Schools can teach you concepts, but those concepts will remain abstract and head-knowledge unless you find opportunities to apply them. I highly suggest getting yourself into internships during college, get 2-3 years of work experience/entrepreneurial experience under your belt, and then determine whether this Master program is the right fit for you.
The last key takeaway that I want to share is to not be afraid to explore different paths in college. When you're in college, most people/companies are willing to open doors for you to learn with little to no experience required. Actively seek out and take advantage of those learning opportunities because (sadly) they start to go away once you graduate!