Program Director, PSM in Environmental Management and Sustainability
Associate Professor of Psychology
Associate Dean, School of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Expertise: Frohardt’s area of specialization is behavioral neuroscience, with specific interests in spatial navigation, female sexual behavior, models of relapse and psychopharmacology, and various theories of learning, memory and cognition. Frohardt is active in the Southwestern Comparative Psychological Association and continues to collaborate with colleagues near and abroad on projects in neuroscience, psychology and higher education.
Frohardt leads the Professional Science Master's in Environmental Management and Sustainability program, a full-time, two-year graduate program combining scientific research and hands-on business education.
The Professional Science Master's in Environmental Management and Sustainability
- PhD in General/Experimental Psychology at University of Vermont, 2001
- MA in General/Experimental Psychology at University of Vermont, 1998
- BA in Psychology at University of Colorado, 1993
Classes taught: Behavioral Neuroscience, Learning and Cognition, Chemical Dependency Issues, Human Sexuality, Contemporary Biology, Interdisciplinary Research Methods, Research and Field Experience, Capstone, Theories of Personality