An important lesson I learned after college is that not every "requirement" is an actual requirement. Requirements like classes are often hurdles that are placed to either weed out people who don't want to do the hard work. Sometimes they are there to seem accredited to other organizations, allowing the school to justify their degrees.
I couldn't get a CompSci degree for the same reason. I couldn't handle calc. I got As in all my programming classes, but couldn't do the math.
I would say CS requires more creative thinking than logical thinking, but both are needed. However, in my every day life, I use maybe an Algebra 2 level type math?
Unless you're going to be writing video games or the like, you probably don't need it. But unfortunately, nothing you can do about it if the school is requiring you to.
You can do what I'm doing: get an English degree, show off your computer skills, and tell employers that with my geekiness and my English skills, I make great presentations and write very well.