Short answer : Stick to MCS.
I have a BS CIS degree from over a decade ago and always worked in tech field. While many employers consider Information Systems / Information Technology (these 2 are quite different but let's group 'em together vs CS degree for this arg's sake), as CS equivalent, but also, many will still favor CS over other tech degrees - because CS degree holders are the past/current/future senior & mgmt position engineers and leads at-large.
Plus, those petty no-name for-profit low-quality schools have damaged the reputation of these fairly new IT degrees and even well-known schools are still not 100% sure about the degree (constantly changing the degree name and curriculum like mine).
Adding to the damage, non-IT people (eg HR managers) think of CS as core engineers vs IT as some sort of secondary engineers. Unfortunately, other people's perceptions do matter in your life.
Back when I was working on getting CIS, I had high hopes in seeking a position that will promote both business and science mind (money and knowledge), but in real world, there are only a few ideal openings for such. World doesn't seem ready still.
You'll likely shoot for project/product managers or business/data analysts, heavily relying on engineers for information and outcomes. And yes, most PMs make less than engineers (unless you work at top tech companies), and PMs cannot exist without engineers but not vice-versa.
If you want business-side of things, perhaps MBA is the better option.