I am not sure how your sensei will be but when I took it I found it to be very complete.
For each belt I earned I had to perform kihons as well as ippons and kata and learn one weapon kata as well. My particular dojo had an instructor that taught hakko ryu jujutsu so I ended up with a very complete martial arts training experience. It has been at least a decade since I took Shuri Ryu karate and all the techniques that I learned have helped me greatly in my study of Shotokan.
Here is a listing of the requirements from beginner to shodan:
as stated earlier you will see they are most likely different than where I trained and where you are intending on training as well.
Hope that helps