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A Computer Science or Computer Information Systems degree may be exactly what you're looking for. The math involved in those fields are not as complex and involved as, say, Calculus. Statistics and Discreet Math are the two primary math courses you'll need to take. It's important to understand logic and reasoning at the level of a computer, so the math skills you'll need in order to program or write code are pretty basic.
When I was in college, I was involved in teaching a high school web development course. The only math requirement needed was algebra because it's important to have a thorough understanding of variables.