I don’t know specifically, but in school you’ll have to estimate based on each required class syllabus. On the job however, how much of any element of your skill set you use day-to-day (math, biology, hardware, leadership) is generally more a function of the type of activity you choose to do (analysis, design, manufacturing, research) rather than the technical discipline you pick. Beyond that, I think you’ll have to wait for job openings and job interviews for that level of detail.
I’m just guessing here, but if you’re trying to minimize the amount of math required for a specific engineering degree, please consider that perhaps you’ll enjoy yourself more with a different major. Generally, math required for a major is foundational to understand everything else. That’s why it’s scheduled first, along with the physics, chemistry, and biology you’ll need. If I'm out of line here, forgive me. Good luck with whatever major you know is right for you.