Similar answer to whether or not a college degree is required. Check job postings and descriptions. If the career path that suits your needs and interests regularly requires a bachelor's degree in that field, then you will need one to get your foot in the door. I have found that many of my learnings from business classes were very useful in my career to hit the ground running and be able to speak the same language as very experienced people in the industry. Also, like it or not, if you don't have a degree on paper you aren't going to get any interviews. If you want my opinion, of all the classes I was required to take to get a degree, I probably only needed about 25% of them to be successful at my job. That's the unfortunate reality of our current system. I wish we had a system where it was more "a la cart" to take only what you need for your career but that's just not the way it is.
Finally, I will say there is more value to college than just the education itself. The overall experience of working on teams, exercising the learning muscles in your brain, and learning hard work are all beneficial to your future.