Many University programs require some math courses--check the programs you may be interested in. For example, Psychology requires a non-calculus-based course in Probability (MATH 111), after which you take a statistics course in the psychology department. The programs ----- require their students to take a (challenging!) one-semester probability and statistics course (STAT 100).
Always keep in mind, the requirements mentioned above are minimum requirements. Understanding these subjects better can be extremely helpful in varied fields: statistics is the fundamental tool with which people draw rational conclusions from data.
The Math Placment Test score requirements for the required courses above are a bit higher than for MATH 110. The basic advice for preparation is the same is the same as for minimum preparation -- four years of math, include algebra, understand.