I've been working for my parents in the home health care business for 2 years after graduating as a BA in political science. I originally intended to go into law, but learning about it has this way of discouraging its practice, at least for me. So I've been taking some accounting classes to work my way into a more administrative/CFO role for another branch which we are developing. What I wanted was some feedback/opinions on what you believe would help me prepare for the responsibilities ahead. My plan so far (Keep in mind, I did not take accounting/business classes in college): Take more accounting/business classes/ post-bach and get my CPA Go to a FEMBA program like UCLA or UCI I was also considering an MHA, Masters in Health Administration. Is anyone knowledgeable on the subject that can offer some advice on my plan?