Not a true engineering degree but apus has a BA and MA in space studies. Teachers are pretty good and the price is cheap 750 a class, no tuition, books free for undergrads, and fully acredited and fasfa accepted. They have a online library with subscriptions to many publications and a link to NSF. There is a tour on there website if intrested.http://www.apus.edu/index.htm
Also I am only a second year student starting my core courses now but they do have some good teachers. Here is the bio of one for the first class intro to space studies.
MS, Space Studies, University of North Dakota, 1998
Biography Katie Berryhill earned a bachelor's in astronomy and astrophysics with a concentration in American history from the University of Pennsylvania and a master's in space studies from the University of North Dakota. She is a planetarium educator and coordinator of the Morrison Planetarium's Benjamin Dean Astronomy Lecture Series at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. She is also a NASA Solar System Ambassador, conducting volunteer public education and outreach events in support of NASA's astronomical and Earth sciences spacecraft. Professor Berryhill was a U.S. Air Force intelligence officer, serving on active duty in Strategic Air Command and as a reservist in Air Mobility Command. She and her husband, Jon, own and operate a computer forensics analysis and consulting company.