I will now take a stab at answering your real question as well outside of the comments. I think of UX as a highly inter-disciplinary field, but the two basic foundations to me are human psychology and traditional art & design. So I would want to see make sure the program gives you these basics, and then also goes into detail around the various branches of UX itself.
The branches that tend to be most useful in my working experience are:
- interaction design (straight up!)
- user research methodologies
- visual design
- at least a basic survey of implementation technologies for web, desktop and mobile
- design management and project management
I have seen a few blended business and design management Master's Programs in this country, and I have been impressed with some of their graduates. The breadth of their learnings seemed to prepare them better for the complexities that are involved in UX.
Having said all of that, I was a Literature major way back when, and I nonetheless seem to have done well on this odd career path that has wandered so far from my origins. Ultimately, I think an inquisitive and humble mind, as well as actual experience in life itself, are the underpinnings of a great UX practitioner.