It's math concerned with the collection and evaluation of data, not just raw calculation like in 'regular' math classes. Statistics evaluates probability, predicts outcomes, interprets rough information gained in studies, shows averages and median results. A bachelor level stats class introduces you to basic statistical concepts (like probability, frequency, distribution, range) and shows you how to calculate them.
That's the official definition, anyway.
I suck at calculus but thought statistics was pretty easy. It's a hell of a lot more concrete than calc was. It's the only math I've ever gotten A's in.
But in my opinion, once you take an analytical statistics class if you get your master's degree (I had to take a grad level stats class for my ABSN), you'll realize just how unreliable most research is. I now take a lot of statistics quoted in studies with a grain of salt, because to me it's far too easy to manipulate your results without meaning to just by using a different 'statistical test' in your calculations.
But all that's for later.
Stats isn't that bad, just dry, and it's a necessary evil if you want to go to grad school eventually.