I went to college (for the 3rd time) at the age of 30. I had a hard time with Calc etc. and hated the first two semesters of Comp Sci, but got over that. I literally had to ask the Prof in 101 where the switch was on the machine.
My first job was with a government tax department. One of their biggest problems was that small businesses kept changing their names trying to escape from last quarters' tax bill. I got assigned to write a routine to track business names - really to invent a way to track businesses changing their names. This led to designing an artificial key for a business, and assembling a list of all their names and date the changes.
Then after some work I found that some of the businesses randomly changing their names would reuse a name eventually. Not smart if you're fleeing debt associated with that name, but what can I say? That created a closed loop that would circulate endlessly, or until a main frame operator got suspicious and stopped the job; or until I wrote code to escape a closed data loop.
Making a really long story a little shorter, you will need math, and the skills learned working on math, no matter what kind of work you do, unless you are just a code monkey coding things with all the complexity designed by a systems analyst with 2 degrees in math.
If that's all you want, to be a code monkey on a system you don't understand large parts of, then you don't need a degree in Computer Science. If you want to be any kind of scientist, or systems designer, like those who build gaming engines or rastor graphics programs, or tracking genetic variability in organisms being studied in labs in Research Triangle Park, NC; or at C-M University, in Pittsburgh; or Cal Tech where they just landed a curious robot on F'Ing MARS, then don't get a degree, don't study math, stay ignorant.
That kind of work is actually going on everywhere now, not just these examples I pulled from my a**, I never left my home state to have a good career doing important work. I didn't use Calc every day, but I knew that I could if I needed to.
"You can cure ignorance, but there is no cure for stupid."