What are the subjects required to study Accounting in high school?
You should have a math background. As far as I know there might be a basic business class you would need to take, but usually a Junior in high school can take accounting with no other classes needed.
In order to study economics in university or colleges, these are the high school courses should should take: - Math (Functions, Calculus) - Business (Accounting, Finance, International Business) - English - Possibly a second language (if you plan on working abroad) - Politics or World Issues Normally, the only courses REQUIRED by colleges are Functions, Calculus, and English - but it's useful to have a solid background in some other related subjects.
No, but your grades will need to be good enough to get you into college to study for an accounting degree. You can visit the college online and see what courses you would be taking and the prerequisites needed. High school accounting, math courses, and business courses should help you in the future.
Academic subjects are the areas of study in schools; like English or Math, Sociology or Physics. Academic means "pertaining to academy or schools" so it subjects are the areas of study that each school chooses. Medical school has as some of its academic subjects biology and anatomy while academic subjects in engineering are metalurgy and physical science.