Yes, you are. Yes, you can. In order to get a master's in engineering when you don't have a bachelor's in engineering, you're going to have to do a huge post-bacc program. A post-bacc entails taking prerequisite courses for entering a master's program that you did not take in undergrad. Without a bachelor's degree in engineering, you're looking at probably a two-year post-bacc in which you will take all the courses required to basically get a bachelor's in engineering, to have that be a major, but you won't have the bachelor's degree. You'll just end up in the master's program and end up with a master's degree. Anyway, you will be required to complete that post-bacc because you won't know what you need to know to complete a master's in engineering. You can't just get around all that undergrad coursework. If a master's in engineering is what you want, then you will complete that undergrad coursework before anyone lets you into their master's program.