From becoming a tribal natural resources worker to an environmental specialist, a degree in Indigenous sustainability studies from Bemidji State will prepare you for a variety of careers.

Below are some examples of career options with a Indigenous sustainability studies degree, included are links to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics where you will find more information about each career’s outlook.

Careers for Indigenous Sustainability Studies Graduates

Career Median Salary Outlook
Conservation Technician $63,750 5%
Environmental Health Worker $46,590 12%
Environmental Specialist $76,530 5%
Groundwater Specialist $84,030 N/A
Land Surveyor $61,600 N/A
Natural Resources Worker $53,000 N/A
Tribal Natural Resources Worker $53,000 N/A

More career outlook information from Career Services. If you are interested in student employment or internship opportunities, check out our jobs and internships page or Handshake, which is managed by Bemidji State’s career services.