The Foreign Language (English) course offered to Vocational Schools provides basic language skills. Evaluation of teaching programs is very important in revealing the efficiency and success of the programs implemented in education. The aim of this study; The aim of this course is to evaluate the curriculum of the Foreign Language (English) course applied at Harran University Vocational School with the context, input, process and product (CIPP) model for the students' views. The population of the study consists of 433 students who have taken the Foreign Language (English) course in the spring semester of Harran University Vocational School of Social Sciences 2018-2019 Academic Year and can be reached by using cluster sampling method. The Student Assessment Questionnaire developed by Karataş (2007: 82) was used to determine the evaluations of the students participating in the study about the curriculum of the English course. At the end of the study, it was determined that the students found the curriculum of English course sufficient and their evaluations about the curriculum showed a significant difference according to the department variable (p <0.05), whereas the evaluations about the program did not show a significant difference according to gender and age group variable (p> 0.05).
Program development, Program evaluation, CIPP Model