Cindy Greenman

Associate Professor of Accounting
School of Business
Prescott College of Arts & Sciences
Prescott campus

Dr. Greenman joined the Business Department faculty in Prescott in 2011 where she teaches all of the accounting courses and is the Chair of the Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination program.

Areas of interest for research include: Ethics in accounting, Religiosity's affect on ethics, Economic impact of aviation on growing economies, and the Impact of technology in the accounting classroom.


  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Accounting, NorthCentral University
  • M.A. - Master of Arts in Business/Administration, Central Michigan University
  • Certificate in Fraud Enaminer, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

  • ACC 312: Managerial Accounting
  • ACC 121: Software Based Bookkeeping
  • ACC 313: Region Stud in Acct & Auditing
  • ACC 307: Govt & Not-for-Profit Acct
  • CEFAFE 396: Coop Ed Forensic Acct Fraud Ex
  • ACC 199: Special Topics in Accounting

BA121 - Software Based Bookkeeping

BA210 - Financial Accounting

BA222 - Business Computer Applications

BA312 - Managerial Accounting

BA325 - Social Responsibility & Ethics in Management

BA329 - Forensic Accounting & Fraud Examination

BA340 - International Accounting

BA352 - Business Quantitative Methods


Greenman, C. & Carreras, R. (June 2016). Singapore's Dominance in the Aviation Industry in South East Asia. Presented at the International Business Education Conference, Venice, Italy. Publication pending.

Greenman, C. & Mackey, L. (March 2016) The Comeback of the Combi Carrier. Presented at the International Education Conference, New Orleans, LA. Publication pending.

Greenman, C. & Carreras, R. (March, 2016). The Economic Impact of Aviation on the South East Asian Region. Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge (JAABC).

Greenman, C. & Karuri, M. (August, 2015). Does Technology Make a Difference in Student Success in an Accounting Classroom? American Journal of Education Research.

Gorjidooz, J. & Greenman, C. (December, 2014). The Economic Impacts of Unmanned Aircraft Systems in California. Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge (JAABC). Presented at the International Economics, Finance, Accounting & Management Research Conference, Honolulu, HI, May, 2014.

Greenman, C. & Gorjidooz, J. (January, 2014). Marital Status, Religiosity, and Experience as a Predictor of Ethical Awareness Among Accounting Professionals. Journal Of Business & Economics Research.

Greenman, C. and Tang, S. (Sept/Oct., 2013). The Future of Internet education: Fraud examination training via MOOCs. Fraud Magazine.

Greenman, C. (June, 2013). Ethical Awareness Predictors among Accounting Professionals. Presented at the International Academic Conference, Paris, France.

Greenman, C. (Nov., 2012). Marital Status, Religiosity, and Experience as a Predictor of Ethical Awareness Among Accounting Professionals. Dissertation. One File: Northcentral Arizona University Library and the Library of Congress.


Certified Fraud Examiner

Member of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

Member of Arizona Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

Treasurer of Arizona Business Aviation Association


2013 Teacher of the Year

Fall 2015 SGA Faculty of the Semester