you cant get a good mba without exp. your choices as of right now is limited to teh cfa exams. from the cfa program, you can get a job, if you work 4 yrs and pass exams you can get charter. or you can get a good mba once you have a couple years exp, then get another job. or you could just work the family biz. but imo, there is a lot of pitfalls in that industry and things can easily go sour.
prolly better that you diversify your family business excess cash to the stock market or real estate. you should always figure a way to extract as much cash from your business while increasing your personal net worth then diversifying your net worth. if the business goes south, then although the businesss dies. you still have all your assets in your personal acct.
anyways there is an interesting story right now, abotu this guy who si inherting control over this auto maker. his plan is to merge with anotehr co, get really big, then sell his stock in order to diversify to other industries. hes a big fan of buffett. link below. now the co is actually looking pretty solid and cheap right now but its also really cyclical and they had problems during hte great recession. lots of institutional managers that are good at stock picking have taken up positions as the stock is undervalued. so its interesting how it all plays out.