Also, I'm not sure how much the CompTIA certs are going to do for you if you already have your foot in the door, not to mention a degree. Those are very basic and are most useful in landing an entry-level position. I'd start a step up from those if I were you, such as the CCNA instead of the Network+, if you wish to pursue networking.
Finally, focus on developing a solid foundation in whatever technologies you want to specialize in securing (systems, networking, web apps, mobile devices, etc.). You're going to be mediocre at best if you rush straight into security.
The day you stop learning is the day you start becoming obsolete.