Possibly. But it's most likely for your accomplishments, not the degree. Lots of engineers just stick with the bachelor's degree and don't even bother for a master's or PhD. You see, the degree doesn't make you an engineer, it just makes you qualified to take an exam to get a license and become an engineer.
1. School, earn bachelor's degree (from ABET accredited school.) 2. Take FE exam. Pass it. 3. Spend 4 years working under a licensed engineer as an EIT. 4. Licensed engineer signs off on your time worked, apply for the PE. 5. Take the PE exam. Pass it. 6. You are now a licensed engineer!!!!