I am a GCE A-level student and I'm really passionate about business management, I want to be like a professor and do PhD in it as I like process enhancement. I applied to a university and got an offer letter with a lot of scholarships and grants but still the university is expensive and I am having thoughts like I'll probably not become very successful after getting my degree. My parents will be paying my tuition fees and I feel like I should rather spend my parents money on better degree programs like computer science. I'm currently going for a BA (hons) in Supply chain and logistics but I don't know why I'm anxious, It's not that I find business management useless but still I'm not sure as many people suggest that it only makes you a philosopher and not really a skillful person due to business programs being extremely generic. Could someone help me clear my mind
EDIT: A lot of people have suggested that Supply chain management and process improvement is more of Industrial Engineering and I agree with it. Like I said I like business management so I guess I would be specialising in marketing as it was my second preference.