It is possible. BUT it requires people to do CompSci/Business double majors etc. My youngest is in bioinformatics a similar thing where she speaks Bio and Comp natively as she did a double major in Biochem and CompSci (with some creative timetabling at a NZ university which is very flexible about such things). She is currently doing a PhD in bioinfo while working parttime as a bioinformatiion for the local Ag Research institute who have recognised her fairly unusual native skills base.
You see unlike the Biochem grad who does a postgrad in CompSci, she learned to speak and think in both spheres at the same time and demonstrated the effectiveness of that by graduating well.
The world is full of people who have converted themselves but we need some native bilingual people as well. Yet the universities are VERY slow in designing courses. English universities are very inflexible so there will have to be defined courses. She did ask Stirling Uni here in Scotland but they said the timetabling was impossible. So, she went back to our Alma Mater in the city of her birth, treated as a local for loan etc purposes.
In our time we knew a very clever woman who did a double major in Biochem and Law, just as Biotech was taking off. Last heard of over here in Blighty earning BIG bucks as a specialist corporate lawyer who could talk to the scientists.