This study was conducted to investigate agricultural graduate students' attitudes of Razi University towards sustainable agriculture. The sample included 165 agricultural graduate students using Krejcie and Morgan’s table (1970) for sample size. The Cronbach’s alpha coefficient was 0.83 for the scales of attitudes which showed a highly satisfactory level of internal consistency. The findings revealed that students had positive attitude toward sustainable agriculture, such as negative effects of conventional agriculture, negative effects of agrochemical on human and animal health and so on. However, there were moderate attitudes towards the effect of mix cropping system on risk management. Respondents were strongly disagreeing regarding to maximize profit as the main objective of farmers. It was found that there is a high positive correlation between agricultural graduate students’ knowledge and attitudes towards sustainable agriculture. The results of this study can provide information of the knowledge and attitudes of agricultural graduate students and thus serve guidance for the future options concerning the development of agricultural graduate course. Finally, the outcome of this study indicates that further agricultural policy education in agricultural higher education system is urgently needed.