That's really funny, I actually did all 3 of those! (my 4th gen ed was biomedical engineering)
I honestly learned nothing and found concepts of physical fitness and health a bludge, but also a complete waste of time. You have a mid semester exam of 35 mcq and a final exam of 50mcq, plus an assignment which is a group presentation on how you would design an exercise program for a priority group (i.e. pregnant women, diabetics, asthmatics etc).
Personal financial planning was really awesome as well! Especially if you have no background in finance etc. You learn a lot of life skills like managing a mortgage, writing a will, choosing a super fund and what insurance cover you need. It has 2 multiple choice exams which aren't too bad if you do the readings. The assignment involves keeping an expense tracker over the course of the semester & also writing a financial plan.