I am finishing my bachelor degree. I finished my exams, applied to graduate and started applying to full time jobs in my field. I had a couple of interviews and have a couple more lined up. Today, I got an e-mail and my world came crumbling down. I'm not able to graduate as I failed a class (I didn't quite pass the final exam). I thought I had one extra course in case something like this happened, but it turned out that was a miscommunication between me and the course advisor.
I'm thinking of taking the one last class at a community college. One course is usually 4 months. I need a source of income before then.
I only need one more course to graduate and ideally I want a full time job in my field, if not a part time job. I want to be upfront with potential employers. I had put that I had my degree on my resume. How should I bring this up with employers who have already seen that? How should I update my resume to show "bachelor degree minus one course?" Would altering my plan to obtain my degree help?
EDIT: I have had quite a few full time jobs, but most were through the school's co-op program.