I absolutely STINK at math - always have. It took me two years to get through an individualized Algebra 1 class in HS. I just did NOT get it, no matter who explained it.
I knew I needed 3 credits of Math, in the "120" range or higher. We had an interesting looking Math class for all health related fields, called Math For Allied Health. There was a lot of Algebra, some statistics, and a LOT of dosage calculations. I could have taken it as a regular course, but instead to it as a hybrid - mostly online, but with 3 class meetings - one at the beginning, and two for midterm/final.
I amazed myself with what I could learn ON MY OWN. I used the instructor when I got really stuck, but the books came with CD's and site's for dummies like myself. I watched the stuff over and over and over. I made notes and studied my behind off. I did the pre-test stuff a million times before I took the test. I told myself I would NOT take the online tests until I got above 95% on the online pre-tests (which we could take as often as we wanted).
I was shocked with the results. I COULD learn this stuff. I ended up having the highest GPA in the class (3.96), and also had to deal with the sudden death of my mother during the class. I had to take almost 2 weeks off to fly to Cincinnati and deal with her affairs and company, and didn't study at all during that time. Plus I was hospitalized during December during the final exam, and had to make it up. At that time, my prof. told me how proud he was of me, and was I going to take any further math classes? I was stunned. I told him I actually STUNK at math - then he was the one who was stunned! LOL I finished the final in 50 minutes, and he told me everyone else had taken the full 2 1/2 hours. I even double-checked my answers. I got one wrong. On the midterm I had received 100 - the only one in the class. In fact, after dealing with all the pain of my mom's death and being hospitalized, I had a 98 overall, and the next highest grade was a 84. I felt great.
I should also say (gotten a *little* off track here! LOL) that I took the class with a relatively easy one - a PC applications course required of all degree programs. Since I'm computer-fluent, and I didn't want to challenge because it wouldn't count toward my GPA, I took the PC class, knowing I'd be able to devote 95% of my time to studying my math class.
If you really need to take another one, take the lowest level one that will transfer, and try to take it as a single course (if you can), or with a relatively easy one. Use the resources available - peer-to-peer counseling is great, because it is students that are helping you, and I think they tend to understand your frustrations and what you may need help with more than the prof's do.
There are lots of website than can help also. Do a Google search and it will bring up tons of them. I found some of those explained concepts better than any book or CD did. You just have to find out how YOU learn the stuff best - just like any other subject. Math can be very difficult for some people, especially when you have not done well in the past, you may go in thinking you just can't do it. You can. Have faith. It may take you longer to study than anyone else in the class, but that will only benefit YOU.