For years I had the ambition to get a degree in chemistry and possibly become a chemist because I like the idea of being able to manipulate chemicals but when I sit down to do some learning I find I always end up spending most of my time learning about computers and IT because I have a compulsion to learn that kinda stuff and find it way more enjoyable. I think my real passion is for computers and technology. I don't just think it, I know it. I'm already half way through this chemistry course though so I'm gonna just finish it and get a BSc but since computers and technology is my real passion I need to find a way to implement it in chemistry. I have plenty of ideas and believe that in the future the majority of the work done by chemists in the lab will be done by machines so I may as well get involved in developing these machines and the software to control them but I'm wondering if I should get a 2nd degree in computer science so I'll be qualified (on paper at least, I know I'm more than capable of excelling in this regardless of whether I have a degree or not) to get into these kinda fields. Any advice?