Remember guys...you don't necessarily have to have a Computer Science degree to get a job in the computer field. Think about it like accountants. How many accounts are there that have accounting degrees? A LOT!!! How many accountants have a Math or Science degree, but still took accounting courses, and can pass the technical interview? A lot less than the majority of other applicants, which makes you stand out.
You could have a degree in Art History for all your future employer cares, as long as you have some sort of degree, and you can blow that technical interview out of the fucking water. Keep in mind though, you will want to get a couple of certifications to make yourself standout even further (and help you negotiate a better paycheck). Food for thought.
Pro-tip: Avoid CompTIA certs...they can help if you don't get plagued with some guy in HR who thinks he knows a thing or two about computers. If you happen to be lucky, and get someone who knows zilch about computers, you could probably get an interview, but don't place all your chips on such a bet. Try to achieve a respected level cert (any CCNA level cert, GPEN, etc).