I will give you some answers
to what I know or at least have been seeing recently.
1. To be RF Engineers. What degrees are companies
Typically, companies want to hire people with
M.S. or M.E. degrees or a Ph.D./D.Sc. for these
positions due to the increasing complexity in modern
systems. However, that is not to say the individuals
with B.S. or no degree at all aren't capable or
working in this field either. No amount of schooling
can replace real world experience though. So, do
not get discouraged by not having a degree currently.
Although, it may be a little difficult to get your
foot in the door without a B.S., but if the company
looks past this they may be able to help you out
with furthering your education.
2. Are companies looking for regional accredited
schools or does work experience (20 years in
the career field) and national accredited schools
fill the degree requirement.
Sure, experience is always first and foremost
on people's minds. If someone has been doing RF
design for 20 years, there is probably a good reason
for that. Typically though, they will probably want
a BSEE and not a BSEET.
Hope this helps
and good luck with your future endeavors.