In my it program at school, we do everything, and the class self-directed. We focus on cisco networking, but if you wanna code you can, and there is material provided for it. At this early into the school year though, its half the class working on servers and the other half prepping for the CCENT and CCNA
as for the differences between IT and CS, IT is the implementation, maintenance, and hardening of information systems. Jobs such as in devops do implement cs methodology through scripting and at times actual programming to maintain information systems.
However, dont bother with an InfoTech degree, compsci is broader and if you dont like IT youll have a better springboard to get into a different field relevant to computers, and if you dont like compsci jobs, getting an IT job is incredibly easy, and you can apply your skills with compsci to build your portfolio and resume.
When i actually start going to college, i plan to focus on compsci, currently im at a trade school