I would suggest going for a Master’s program. I see little sense in going back to school for another Bachelor’s. What if this is a passing fancy and after a few years you realize that you don’t want to continue working in IT?
A business degree will at least provide you skills that are relevant across industries. You can continue your employment on the business side of IT and follow your passion. But if you ever tire of the field, you can always explore options in other industries with a http://www.cc-sd.edu/business/masters/business-administration.
Besides, I think a graduate degree would have more value in terms of growth and earning potential as compared to a double Bachelor’s!
I agree. But do not under any circumstances consider the place linked in that post. It is NOT accredited by an organization that matters. For an MBA the only accreditation that you should care about is AACSB. That scam school linked does not have it.