Present economic conditions aside...
I'm looking at the schools that I'm closely considering, and notice that they offer only a few courses in real-estate law when the entire field seems rich for course content. Real-estate transactions, litigation, zoning, environmental, issues with common-ownership owned real-estate (condo's and townhouse associations), leasing, etc.
One of the schools I'm considering (JMLS) is one of two in the country that have specialized programs for real-estate. While looking at the breadth of courses available at the three other Chicago part-time schools their real-estate focused courses seems rather sparse.