study (of) vs studies (of)

I am a bit confused how to use the word “study”. For example,

“I started the study Computer Science at the University X” or is it “I started the study of Computer Science at the University X”

“the study seemed a logical step given my interest in computers” or is it “the studies seemed a logical step given my interest in computers” (referring to the study (of) Computer Science)

Hi MrBart,

I would say: ‘I am studying/I have started to study Computer Science at *** university.’

You could also say: ‘I am taking/doing a course in Computer Studies at *** university’.

Alan

But in your first example you use the word “study” as a verb and then it becomes easier (at least for me). The question is how to use the word as a noun.

Hi,

‘Study’ can mean a room in which you study as a noun. It can also be used as a noun to mean the pursuit/following of academic work in an abstract sense as in: She has spent a lot of time on the study of economics.

Alan

Thanks Alan,

So if I use your explanantion it would become:
I started the study of Computer Science at the University X, the study seemed a logical step given my interest in computers.