Well, I'm bummed! Masters in Computer Science student here...At the start of this semester, I was about 99% sure I was going to graduate this semester. The thesis/project that I did/am doing is a mobile app including some testing/benchmarks, but I also did a ton of research/lit review, implementation sections, technical sections, etc. It's definitely been the hardest and most stressful work I've done academically...And, right at the last minute, my thesis chair wanted me to add a section that would have been impossible to include in the remaining time. He mentioned this section at the beginning of the semester but didn't mention it again, even though I submitted many drafts to him. What makes it worse is that I've seen many people with much poorer theses who still got to graduate, and it's just because their advisor either overlooked it or didn't care. But anyway, I was hoping to hit the job market pretty strong with my shiny new degree. My internship experience is a bit lacking, and my confidence definitely took a hit. I just wanted to see if anyone had any advice. Still have to tell the folks...Sigh. Also, what should I tell potential employers if they ask about my degree?