Your list looks to more or less cover what I did in my honours year class plus third year O chem, the former of which is equivalent to masters in some places. This was what we did in honours (or what I remember of it; it was 9 years ago):
Organometallics - Suzuki, Heck, Negishi, Grubbs (inc. catalytic cycles, catalyst design, etc)
Chiral auxiliaries - Evan's auxiliary (esp. their use in asymmetric DA reactions and Diekmann cyclisation), sulfoxides,
Methods for determining configuration / kinetic resolution - Horeau's method, Moshers ester, XRD
Chirality in compounds without stereogenic centres - Allenes, biphenyls, spiranes, etc.
Stereoelectronic effects governing configuration of esters and amides
Stereoselectivity/specificity of aldol reactions
Complex NMR assignments
NOESY / ROSEY
Total synthesis (students were assigned a molecule from Nicolaou's book and had to present a lecture on it, with time for questions).
For background, in third year advanced organic we cover pericyclic chemistry (including constructing HOMO/LUMO diagrams, predicting stereochemistry, Woodward Hoffman rules, etc.), asymmetric synthesis (including Sharpless, proline catalysis, chiral pool, kinetic resolution, probably something else), retrosynthesis, and another module best described as miscellaneous (I recall we did a bit of radical chemistry, tin reactions, AIBN, etc). In another subject we cover sugar chemistry and protecting groups.