Chadwick Boseman's alma mater, Howard University, honored him last week by naming its newly reestablished College of Fine Arts after him, and that's not all the institution is doing in remembrance of the late actor.
The university's president, Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick, recently said it will be introducing a masterclass template that gained the support of Boseman himself, before he died last year.
The curriculum is aimed at helping students enrolled in the fine arts college to become familiar with their specific fields of study by working with industry pros who can share real-life experiences, Frederick told TMZ.
Howard will also weave their guest lectures into day-to-day learning and coursework on campus, "Good Morning America" confirmed.
Frederick told TMZ that Boseman wanted to help spearhead the program and signed the paperwork to get it started.
The university president attests the late "Black Panther" star intended to be active in the program, as well.
"The Cosby Show" alum Phylicia Rashad, who was recently named dean of the school's reestablished College of Fine Arts, will reportedly help guide the new masterclass.
Boseman died last August following a private battle with colon cancer. He was 43.