Is culinary school for me?
While you continue with college, get a part time job in a pastry/bakery.
If after 3 months you find that you look forward to going to work, get a full time job in a pastry/bakery while continuing with college.
If after 3 months you find that you look forward to going to work, change your major to business.
By the time you graduate, if you have continued to work full in a pastry/bakery while going to school and still look forward to going work, then you will be well equipped and suited to be a business owner.
Why does it have to be either/or?
Depending on what field in healthcare there is plenty of time in the week/month to do both (now THAT is passion!).
I paid my way thru nursing school bartending, waiting tables and working for caterers and continued on a PT basis during my entire nursing career (I short scheduled my hospital hours during the winter holidays and cut back my on F&B hours when I was super busy at the hospital)
Continued in F&B far longer than my body could tolerate nursing.
Healthcare and hospitality are a great fit as the individual controls both schedules (unless you are shooting for a md) as most hospitals are running on (3-4) X 12 hour shifts per week with some areas having weekends off and clinics keeping virtual bankers hours.
Of course if you are feeling the need to be your own boss every statement above goes to hell in a handbasket.
Owning a bakery is totally different than working at one.
If you are one of the very few who has a success in the biz most of your time is spent on the duties that keep the doors open and the lites on while your employees are up to their elbows in flour having all the fun lol!