10/10/2012 01:03 pm ET Updated Dec 10, 2012

James Franco To Teach At USC Film School

James Franco, actor, Yale student, RISD student, NYU grad, Warren Wilson student, and HuffPost Blogger, can now add one more line to his resume. He has been invited to teach a class at USC in their film department. He will now be a teacher at a college!

Do you want to know more about the class? We thought so. The LA Times has more:

The class, which will be co-taught by Franco's business partner Vince Jolivette, will require students to direct a short film of no more than 10 minutes. Eventually, the eight total shorts produced will be combined into one longer film.

The movies created in the class -- referred to as "The Labyrinth" -- are meant to explore "the unknown, the unexplained and the unimaginable," the email said. Franco's publicist did not return a request for comment.

Franco is not an inexperienced teacher. Last year, he also taught a course at NYU. A unofficial student told the New York Times that it was "unlike all the other courses I've taken."